Sansevieria Pedicellata Chimanimani Mountains
Sansevieria Pedicellata (WildForm!), also known as Chimanimani mountain mother-in-law's tongue, is a distinctive succulent plant endemic to the Chimanimani Mountains (a picturesque mountain range on the border between Zimbabwe and Mozambique in southern Africa). This unique species is characterised by its long, cylindrical leaves, which have a reddish-brown base colour with complex green patterns and designs. The appearance of the plant resembles the rugged landscape of its native mountains.
Unique rare rarity for collectors! from own propagation; division from the mother plant - from my Sansevieria collection, very strong grown side shoot, well established, not over fertilised therefore top healthy and robust (100% organic quality before quantity! ), slow growing (with growth pause in winter); potted in a well-drained self-mixed organic substrate; repotting only desired in 2-3 years, for a sunny/bright location, avoid waterlogging; enjoy your new unique beauty - Sansevieria Pedicellata Chimanimani Mountains!
All my sansevierias from my collection (over 100 species) grow slowly, without being massively fertilised, with the growth pause in winter. As a result, they are top healthy, robust and simply look natural. Sansevierias are not hardy, as plants are meant to clean the indoor air and increase the oxygen content in the house.
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