Snake Plant 'Jaboa'

$32.95 USD
  • 6" Pot

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  • Meet the Sansevieria jaboa, a unique and rare variety of the Snake Plant distinguished by its wider leaves and intriguing smudged, light green spots. This Jaboa variant, like its Sansevieria counterparts, is not only unique but also exceptionally hardy and low-maintenance. Sporting a preference for bright, non-direct light, it showcases adaptability to both high and low light conditions, making it a versatile addition to any space. Known for its ability to endure periods without watering, this plant thrives on neglect, emphasizing the importance of allowing the soil to completely dry before providing water. Remember, the easiest way to unintentionally harm a snake plant is through overwatering, so a dry soil-check is the key to their well-being.

    Plant Care:

    • Light: Prefers bright, non-direct light; adaptable to various light conditions.
    • Soil: Well-draining soil; allow the soil to completely dry before watering.
    • Humidity: Adaptable to average indoor humidity levels.
    • Temperature: Thrives in a range of 70-90°F (21-32°C).
    • Water: Low-maintenance; only water when the soil is completely dry.

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