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Sansevieria Hahnii

SKU: GP1108 Category:

GHS 55.00

Sansevieria Hahnii is a succulent plant with long, striped leaves that form a rosette shape. It is easy to care for, can tolerate low light and drought, and purifies the air. It is also known as the snake plant or the dwarf mother-in-law tongue.


Sansevieria Hahnii is a beautiful succulent plant that will add a touch of nature to your home or office. This plant is easy to care for and can tolerate low light and drought conditions. It has long, striped leaves that form a rosette shape that resembles a bird’s nest. The leaves are green with darker mottling and white edges. Sansevieria Hahnii is also known as the snake plant or the dwarf mother-in-law tongue because of its resemblance to other Sansevieria species.

Native to western Africa, thriving in dry and rocky habitats, discovered in 1939 by William W. Smith Jr. in New Orleans, named after Sylvan Frank Hahn, a Pittsburgh horticulturist. Cultivars like ‘Green,’ ‘Silver,’ ‘Golden,’ and ‘Jade’ developed, each boasting unique leaf colours and patterns.

Requirements and Care:

  • Flourishes in low to bright indirect light; avoid direct sunlight to prevent leaf scorching.
  • Prefers well-draining soil with sand, gravel, or perlite to prevent root rot.
  • Water when soil is fully dry, the frequency varies with season and environment.
  • Apply balanced liquid fertilizer once a month during the growing season for optimal growth.


  • A decorative and air-purifying plant, that removes toxins like formaldehyde, benzene, and xylene.
  • Releases oxygen at night, enhancing sleep quality and reducing stress.

For those seeking a low-maintenance, attractive, and air-purifying plant, Sansevieria Hahnii is an excellent choice. Suitable for any room with indirect light and space for its rosette shape. A source of joy and health for years to come.


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