Sansevieria cylindrica 'Boncel', Cylindrical Snake Plant. Sansevieria is only new to the United States. People in the United Kingdom and Australia have been growing them for some time. Sometimes called the African spear plant, the Sansevieria cylindrica has all the ease and durability of the popular snake plant and the appeal of lucky bamboo
As would expect from most cacti, especially those from the Sansevieria family, the plant likes well-draining soil. The soil should preferably be loose but it can grow in sandy soil.
If you are potting or planting a Sansevieria Boncel go for a cactus/succulent soil mix with a small amount of peat added.
Many people make the mistake of assuming that these plants want full sun. While they do like a lot of sun, harsh midday and afternoon sun could burn the leaves. Give them lots of light but try to avoid full sun.
The last thing that you want is for the plant to remain in wet soggy soil. Rather let the soil dry completely between watering. Check the moisture level with your finger to see if the soil’s dry enough.
When you do water, be generous. Provided you have well-draining soil, it will give the soil the correct amount of moisture without building up.
Naturally, in hot conditions, the plant will need watering more often. In winter, you can reduce watering to as little as once a month. Certain pots are more porous so will require more frequent watering.
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