Snake plants, Mother-in-law’s tongue, Sansevieria golden hahnii
|Polybag size / Pot size
|Pot: 2.5'' 216ml or Pot: 3'' 326ml
|Plants Usage in Landscape
|Container Planting or Indoor Plants
Sansevieria golden hahnii, also known as Golden Hahnii Snake Plant or Bird's Nest Snake Plant, is a compact and visually appealing hybrid cultivar. Its tightly clustered leaves form a rosette, resembling a bird's nest, making it an ideal choice for tabletops or as a distinctive accent in various indoor settings.
Thrives in bright, indirect light but can adapt to low light conditions. Avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight.
Allow the soil to dry between waterings. Sansevieria prefer slightly drier conditions and are prone to root rot if overwatered.
Plant in well-draining soil or a cactus mix. Sansevierias are adaptable to different soil types.
Feed sparingly with a balanced liquid fertilizer during the growing season (spring and summer). No fertilizer is needed in fall and winter.
Tolerant of a wide temperature range. Prefers temperatures between 70-90°F (21-32°C).
Easily propagated by dividing the rhizomes. Allow the cuttings to callus before planting.
Pest and Diseases:
Resistant to most pests. Occasionally susceptible to spider mites or mealybugs. Treat with insecticidal soap if needed.
Inspect regularly for pests. Isolate affected plants. Apply treatments as needed.
Mix Planting Recommendations:
Enhance the visual appeal of your indoor garden by combining Sansevieria golden hahnii with:
Aglaonema 'Silver Bay'
ZZ Plant (Zamioculcas zamiifolia)
Spider Plant (Chlorophytum comosum)
This combination creates an engaging and balanced indoor garden.