Discover the world of rare snake plants, a unique addition to any home garden. From the strikingly patterned 'Sansevieria Masoniana' to the compact and charming 'Sansevieria Trifasciata Hahnii', these varieties are not just visually stunning but also remarkably resilient and low-maintenance.
Snake plants are among the most recognized and popular in the botanical world. However, certain varieties stand out from the typical crowd!
Botanical Name: Sansevieria masoniana ‘Variegated’
This whale fin snake plant comes with a twist from the regular one, thanks to the brilliant hues of yellow and green on the large leaves!
Botanical Name: Sansevieria ehrenbergii “Samurai Dwarf”
This one is compact, with leaves that resemble a samurai sword. It is perfect for tight spaces thanks to its small dimensions.
Botanical Name: Sansevieria ‘Cleopatra’
As you can see, it is distinguished by intricate cross-banding on its leaves. The Cleopatra snake plant can grow up to a foot tall and has curled-up leaf edges.
Botanical Name: Sansevieria kirkii ‘Coppertone’
Coppertone gets its name as its leaves have a copper hue. Plant it in a vintage or rusty container to enhance its looks further.
Botanical Name: Sansevieria parva
Kenya Hyacinth’s leaves are adorned with light green spots and faint yellow edges. The patterns make this one a must-have in your collection.
Botanical Name: Sansevieria ballyi
Ballyi might just be one of the cutest snake plants on our list. It has thin leaves that are speckled and grow in an arching way.
Botanical Name: Sansevieria patens
If you can get your hands on one of these, don’t let it go. It has long, cylindrical leaves with deep grooves and marbled patterns.
Botanical Name: Sansevieria fischeri ‘Singularis’
Singularis is an uncommonRead more on balconygardenweb.com