Sansevieria Grandis Zuluensis
This broad-leaved Sansevierian species comes from Zululand, Kwa-Zulu Natal Province, South Africa; from my own propagation (division of my mother's plant from my own Sansevieria collection, see picture, this one is not for sale); not over-fertilised, therefore top healthy and robust (quality before quantity!), slow growing, beautiful leaf pattern; bright/sunny location; waterlogging avoided!
All my Sansevierias from my collection (currently 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 - but can also be left outside between 05-10 in a protected location, as plants are supposed to clean the indoor air and increase the oxygen content in the house; enjoy your new Sansevieria grandis v. zuluensis!
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