Sanseveria lavranos

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Sansevieria lavranos, commonly known as the Walking Snake Plant, has elongated leaves.  The leaves have distinct channels on the top portions, which are lined with a red edging.
When young, this plant grows in a tightly stacked rosette formation with fat leaves. As it ages and starts sending out offsets (reproducing itself), it takes on a more fan-like shape.
The leaves are grey-green with darker green bands, and narrow green striping runs the length of each leaf.
Its remarkable characteristic of “walking” along the ground (cloning itself and rooting in segments) gave it the common name “Walking Snake Plant.”
  • Light: Sansevieria lavranos thrives in full sun to partial shade.
  • Watering: It prefers occasional watering and well-draining soil.
  • Frost Tolerance: Not frost hardy.
  • Soil: Requires free-draining soil.
  • pH: Thrives in a pH range of 6.0 to 8.0 (acidic to neutral)