Sensiveria Dwarf Green in Pineapple Gamla (Orange)

Sensiveria Dwarf Green in Pineapple Gamla (Orange)


If you're looking for an easy-care houseplant, you can't do much better than snake plant. Its hardy indoor, still very popular, all generations of gardeners favorite.

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  • Plant size: Upto 1 Feet
  • Pot size: 4"
  • Scientific name: Sansevieria
  • Common names: Mother-in-law's tongue, Devil's tongue, Bow string hemp, Snake plant and Snake tongue.

Dwarf cultivars are suitable for growing in bowls and pans. Like its name suggests, this plant is upright with rigid leaves that are almost sword-like. The foliage is somewhat mottled and can be dark green, light green or even have yellow or white margins

Frequently Asked Questions

Water the plant twice a week during summers, and once a week during winters. Allow the top-soil to get dry between waterings.

This plant grows best in full sunlight. It is also suitale for growing indoors under bright light and low light conditions.

Organic potting soil is recommended, which consists of 1 part garden soil, 1 part organic manure/compost, 1 part coco-peat and 1-2 tablespoons of organic pesticide like neem-cake.

Fertilise the soil once every 2 weeks during the warm growing season, using organic manure, vermi-compost or a liquid fertilizer. Do not fertilize during the cold, dormant period.


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