All Sansevieria are great for first-time plant parents. They do not require excessive amounts of attention and some even do fairly well on neglect. In fact, the worst thing you could do is to give these babes too much attention by overwatering.
Sanseviera cylindrica is a very striking succulent with striped, round leaves that are smooth and a green-gray in color. A single leaf can get up to 1.2 inches thick and grows to a height between 3 and 7 feet.
Succulents are grown in dry, arid climates, so it’s important to make sure they have a good drainage with soil that is specifically design for succulents.
Light: This plant thrives in medium to bright, filtered or indirect light. Direct light should be avoided as it can burn this plants leaves. Sansevieria can even tolerate lower light conditions, it just won't grow as quickly or be as colorful.
Water and Soil: This plant does not tolerate over watering so it is always best to err on the side of under-watering. Water about once a week in spring and summer, and water in between dry out soil.
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