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Plant Specifications

Plant NameSansevieria Trifasciata 'Laurentii'
Mature Height3-4 feet
Mature Width1-2 feet
Spacing1-2 feet apart
SunlightFull to Partial Sun
Temperature Tolerance60-80°F
Watering NeedsLow, once a week
Growth Rate2 inches/year
Difficulty LevelEasy
Grows Well IndoorsYes, with indirect sunlight
Flowering TimeLate Summer to Fall
OriginNative to Africa


Snake Plant (Sansevieria Trifasciata 'Laurentii'). Acclaimed for its sculptural elegance and hardiness, this distinct variant stands out with its upright, sword-shaped leaves adorned with striking golden-yellow edges, offering a blend of texture and color that elevates any space.


How to Grow

Sansevieria Trifasciata 'Laurentii' is famed for its low-maintenance nature. It can thrive in a spectrum of light conditions, from low light to full sun, making it an ideal choice for various indoor settings. It appreciates well-draining soil and is quite forgiving, capable of enduring periods of neglect. Best suited for USDA zones 10-12, it's typically cultivated indoors but can enjoy outdoor life in warmer climates.


Care Tips

It's crucial to water the 'Laurentii' moderately, allowing the soil to completely dry out between sessions. Its succulent nature means it's more tolerant of drought than over-watering. To maintain its vibrant foliage, occasionally wipe the leaves using a damp cloth to rid them of dust.



The 'Laurentii' seamlessly melds into various decor styles, from contemporary to rustic. Its vertical growth habit makes it a prime choice for corners or as a focal point on tabletops. Beyond aesthetics, it's celebrated as an air purifier, known to filter out common household toxins.


Planting Tips

For potting, select a container with efficient drainage to prevent water stagnation. A well-draining soil mix, akin to those used for succulents or cacti, is ideal. When positioning, cover the roots, but ensure the leaf base remains above the soil surface.



This variant of the Snake Plant demands minimal upkeep. Periodically inspect for yellow or damaged leaves and prune as necessary. If the plant exhibits signs of outgrowing its pot or if offsets form, consider repotting or division.


Note: Though the Sansevieria Trifasciata 'Laurentii' enhances indoor aesthetics, it's essential to remember that its leaves are toxic when ingested. Position it judiciously, away from children and pets.

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