Succulent Gardening: The Art of Nature

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Sansevieria trifasciata moonshine


Sansevieria trifasciata 'Moonshine' are also called Silver Snakeplant. It's leaves are 3 to 4 inchs wide by 2 foot long. They are silvery-green with long lines and a narrow dark green margin. Will tolerate low light levels, where it turns a darker green color but grows best in bright light or morning sun. It's Hardy to 30-32 F but does better if warmer. so give this plant protection in all but the mildest California climates. Water sparingly and not at all as temperatures dip in winter if growing outdoors on a covered patio or under an eave - can literally tolerate going months between watering. It's a great indoor plant needing little care. Sansevieria trifasciata moonshine came from India, Arabia. They will grow to be 1 to 5 tall and they can spread from 1-6 wide. Like other succulents they like to dry out between watering. I have always propagated by separating/dividing rhizomes. They can also be propagated by leaf cuttings. They do grow slowly but worth waiting for. USDA Hardiness Zones : 8b-11
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