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Sansevieria Fernwood Mikado for Sale Online
Fernwood Mikado Snake Plants are low-light tolerant indoor plants loved for their low maintenance plant care regimen. These drought tolerant, air purifying specimen make for an edgy modern addition to a space.
The Mikado is a compact hybrid version of Sansevieria Parva and Sansevieria Suffruticosa, making it ideal for smaller spaces and offices. Botanically referred to as 'Sansevieria Fernwood Mikado,' the Fernwood plants require little attention.
These plants store excess water in their sharp knife-shaped foliage allowing them to withstand droughts. Ideal conditions for these sharp grassy plants includes moderate to bright indirect light conditions and a well-draining potting soil.
The most important element of the Mikado's care regimen is neglect. Pot this succulent-leaved plant in a sandy soil or cactus mix, and water infrequently. To avoid chances of root rot, we recommend watering your Snake Plant every 3-4 weeks and using a plant pot with drainage holes. In the growing seasons of Spring and Summer, you may want to increase your watering somewhat, but be careful to avoid overwatering your plant.
The Mikado's tolerance to a wide variety of conditions make it a great choice for first-time plant parents! As an added bonus, Sansevieria also work as an air purifier cleaning the air of toxins like benzene and formaldehyde.
Snake plants grow in an organized vertical fashion making them perfect for empty corners or on sides of furniture to add varying heights to a space. The house plants also make for a great accent piece in a room or office.
|Mature Height:||2 to 3 Feet|
|Mature Width:||2 to 3 Feet|
|Sunlight:||Fluorescent light to bright, indirect|
|Flower Color:||Does not flower often|
|Foliage:||Dark green triangular foliage|
|Soil Condition:||Well draining, cactus or succulent mix (part sand)|
|Water Requirement:||Likes to go dry between waterings|
|Uses:||Does well in narrow spaces and in low light conditions|