Sansevieria is one of the native plants of Africa, Madagascar and South Asia.
Actually, Sansevieria is a very diverse group of plants.
This breed has more than 70 species, various colors and dimensions.
This stubborn plant, unlike many houseplants, has a long life.
Sanseviera is also called immortal.
In fact, Sansevieria is one of the plants with least expectation; because it is needed minimum amount of water, on the other hand, it tolerates low light environment.
You can also have this plant indoors, on balcony or in your garden.
Join us for propagating Sansevieria in water.
Ideally, moderate light is appropriate. (Approximately, 2 meters from the south and west window)
Just make sure to keep them out of direct sunlight.
Keep in mind that lighter species (piebald) need more light.
Sansevieria needs a little water. Therefore, when watering, make sure the soil surface of the pot is dry.
Watering about once a week in summer and once every two weeks in winter is sufficient.
For this plant, dryness or humidity does not matter.
Sansevieria’s environment temperature
This plant tolerates a wide range of temperatures at home.
Just be careful not to expose it to rain or snow.
Suitable soil for Sansevieria is a mixed soil, It can be mixture of sand, gravel, clay and organic materials.
Sansevieria is propagated in two ways:
In the above video, we have taught you one of the methods of propagating Sansevieria with leaves.
By doing this simple method, you can get a new propagation of your Sansevieria.
Be sure to do the steps carefully to get a desirable result.
After observing the roots of the cutting, you can plant it in a suitable pot to start its growth.