white and green variegated foliage on bantels sensation snake plant
white and green variegated foliage on bantels sensation snake plant

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Bantel's Sensation Snake Plant

Sansevieria trifasciata 'Bantel's Sensation'

Also known as White Sansevieria, this succulent is an easy-going house plant due to its capability of tolerating a range of environmental conditions.

Growzone: 9-11

As Low As: $64.95

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The Snake Plant Bantel's Sensation (Sansevieria trifasciata 'Bantel's Sensation') is a very low-maintenance plant. This houseplant originated in Western Africa and is so hardy that people often joke about them being almost impossible to kill. Its vertical, glossy foliage is variegated in shades of green and white.

A Snake Plant that deserves a touch more sunlight than most, it is perfect to place anywhere in your home with bright, indirect light. This drought-tolerant house plant requires a watering schedule of once a week, and in the wintertime, it only requires water once a month.

Learn more about caring for snake plants!


Growing Zone: 9-11
Mature Height: 30 to 36 Inches
Mature Width: 10 to 18 Inches
Classification: Colorful foliage
Sunlight: Bright, indirect light
Habit: Upright
Foliage: Green and white, variegated
Soil Condition: Well draining, cactus or succulent mix (part sand)
Water Requirement: Likes to go dry
Uses: Does well in narrow spaces
This Plants Growzone: 9-11 Bantel's Sensation Snake Plant Hardiness Zone

How to Care for Bantel's Sensation Snake Plant

Before you buy a Bantel's Sensation Snake Plant, make sure to read about the recommended care instructions to keep this plant healthy and thriving!

What Type of Light Does Bantel's Sensation Snake Plant Require?

What Type of Light Does Bantel's Sensation Snake Plant Require?

Out of all Snake Plant options, Bantel's Sensation requires the most light due to its variegated foliage. This house plant can survive in full sun to partial shade. The best type of light for this particular snake plant would be bright, indirect light. Too much light will cause their variegation to fade and browning of their leaves. Placing your new house plant in an office, bathroom, or in your bedroom would be the perfect location to watch it thrive!

When Should I Water My Bantel's Sensation?

When Should I Water My Bantel's Sensation?

The biggest mistake made when buying a Bantel's Sensation is overwatering it. This house plant is extremely drought-tolerant, meaning it would rather be a little parched than left sitting in excess water. While in their growing period, we recommend you water this succulent every 10 days or so. In the winter months, water only once a month. Overwatering your house plant will cause root rot. Not sure if your plant needs water? If the first 2 inches of soil are dry, it's time to water!

What Type of Fertilizer Should I Use With My Snake Plant?

What Type of Fertilizer Should I Use With My Snake Plant?

Fertilizing your Bantel's Sensation Snake Plant is not required, but if you choose to do so, the spring and summer months are best. Any all-purpose, foliage fertilizer will work perfectly to add some extra nutrients to your house plant.

What Soil Should I Use for My Bantel's Sensation Snake Plant?

What Soil Should I Use for My Bantel's Sensation Snake Plant?

A well-draining soil is recommended. If the soil holds too much moisture, this could cause root rot and hurt your plant. We recommend Espoma Organic Potting Mix. We found this soil retains the perfect amount of moisture needed for your new house plant to thrive.


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