Want to add something unique to your indoor houseplant collection? The Sansevieria Black Coral is the right plant for you!
One of the easiest house plants to grow, the Sansevieria trifasciata ‘Black Coral’ is a different colored variety of the Variegated Snake Plant. Snake plants thrive on neglect so even the blackest of thumbs can keep this indoor plant alive and thriving!
The long, slender leaves of the Sansevieria Black Coral is what makes them unique and gives the plant the nickname of Mother in Laws Tongue. The zebra like stripes are dark green and black in color and have a gray green wavy appearance. The lower the light, the darker the black colored stripes appear.
There are many Black Coral Snake Plant benefits! Snake plants are known for their air purifying qualities; they produce oxygen to clean the air while reducing air pollutants. It is the perfect house plant to have in your home, office, bedroom, bathroom, or sunroom. You can even plant Black Coral plants outdoors in the proper growing zones!
How to Take Care of Snake Plant Indoors
Care of a snake plant is easy! They can tolerate a variety of light conditions including bright light or low light but they thrive in part sun to partial shade in bright indirect light. Full sun may scorch the sword shaped leaves and cause leaf burn.
Sansevieria soil should be very well draining. Avoid wet soil as this can cause root rot. Make sure to choose a container with a drainage hole and do not overwater. A regular potting soil such as our Organic Potting Mix would be the best.
The Black Coral Snake Plant mature size is up to 1-2 feet tall and up to 1 foot wide at full maturity. They will grow to their container’s size and will eventually need to be repotted. We recommend repotting every 2-3 years as needed. Fertilizing snake plants is not necessary but will help the plant grow during the active growing season.
Snake plants are grown as indoor houseplants in temperate climates. They can be grown outdoors in USDA growing zones 9-11 where the weather is warm all year long. Water the air purifying plant whenever the soil feels dry to touch, usually about once a week. They are drought tolerant so be sure to check the soil’s moisture levels before watering.
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*Disclaimer: Sansevieria is toxic to cats, dogs, and humans if ingested and may cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.
Sansevieria trifasciata 'Black Coral'
- Low maintenance
- Grows well indoors
- Unique variegated foliage