Too much of a good thing can become a bad thing. Exhibit A: snake plants in the garden. While gorgeous, a snake plant’s aggressive spread under certain conditions can cause problems, both for your garden and the environment. In this guide, you’ll learn how to manage snake plants effectively! Read more now.
Want lots more snake plants? Of course, we can hardly blame you! They’re fantastic plants to have around. The process itself is easy, though it requires some patience and knowing the right tricks. This guide will explain several methods of propagating snake plants, including division and rooting cuttings in water.
Curled leaves on your snake plant are a cry for help. This is a signal that something’s wrong with your plant, caused by temperatures that are too cold, a pest or disease, too much light, or watering issues. Our guide will help you figure out what the problem is and how to resolve it to make your plant happy once more.
Snake plants have fantastic foliage, but their flowers are interesting enough to warrant your gardening efforts. In our guide to coaxing a snake plant to bloom, we go in depth on what mother-in-law’s tongue needs in order to flower, the conditions you’ll have to provide, and how to deadhead the flowers after blooming.
The Sansevieria genus, now classified as Dracaena, contains many lovely specimens – with a few surprises. Some of the forms and colors available are distinctive and stunning, and many species make excellent houseplants. We’ve chosen 21 of the best snake plants to add interest, greenery, and shape to your collection.
Snake plants are an old standby with houseplant lovers, but despite their popularity, some of their most unique and dramatic forms have flown under the radar. In fact, some are so different that they may seem unrelated! We’ll look at the various forms available on the market today and discuss what makes them special.