The Q&A Archives: Sansevieria 'Cylindrica'

Question: How do I care for a plant I got in Texas. It's called a Sansevieria 'Cylindrica'?
What is its comman name?

Answer: Typically, the Sansevieria cylindrica also known as ?Spear Sansevieria,? is used as an ornamental plant for its unique and exotic looking features. It grows as a fan shaped succulent; the stiff leaves grow upright from a basal rosette. What differentiates the Sansevieria cylindrica from other varieties is the cylindrial nature of the leaves. Being versatile and low-maintenance, the Sansevieria cylindrica only needs watering about once or twice a month during the warmer months and thrives in full sunshine.

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