Sansevieria Guineensis ‘San Remo’
Sansevieria Guineensis ‘San Remo’ shoots vibrant spears from rhizomes underground that initially have a yellow-green color and later mature into a darker green. This cultivar’s wild counterpart is often referred to as bowstring hemp, because the strong fibers of the plant have traditionally been used to thread into string.
Native to South Africa.
Give this plant bright light, ideally four to six hours of full sun. It will grow in indirect sunlight, but at a slower rate.
This plant is low-maintenance from a watering standpoint. Allow soil to dry out completely in between waterings, then water thoroughly, fully saturating the soil.
Sansevieria Guineensis ‘San Remo’ will grow 'pups' from rhizome roots that can be removed and propagated to grow on their own. Fertilize: Fertilize once every two weeks during the active growing season. This is limited to spring and summer in temperate climates.
Approx. 2’ tall x 8” at the widest point. Every plant will vary in size, color and shape.
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