The Sansevieria is originally from West Africa, from Nigeria to Congo, and belongs to the succulents family. Today, the Sansevieria is mainly imported from Costa Rica, Guatemala, Thailand and China.
Sans Veria comes in many shapes and sizes and has developed its modern form it's own style.
There are gray, green, yellow green, twisted, rosette-shaped or (artificial) colored tops. There has been increased for everyone from 20 cm to 120 cm thick and thin, etc. Due to its air purifying qualities oxygen at home is. The humidity also improves so that you have less suffer from a dry throat or skin.
Keep Sans Veria in the spring and summer evenly moist. In their own environment, these months usually corresponds to the rainy season, the plant grows active. During the autumn and winter keep plants rather dry. Simulate as it were, the dry season from the place of origin. The plant is then at rest.
Sans Veria's love light. So give them a mild to moderate light spot. Sunlight can also. Since Sans Veria is a tropical plant, the temperatures should not drop too low. During the day between 15 and 28 degrees Celsius and at night time between 12 and 20 degrees Celsius.
Because this pot is provided with a substrate and a water meter of the water is to give easy! Upon arrival, little water is in, fill the pot with water slowly (sometimes wait) and you will see that the meter automatically comes up. All you have to do is keep this meter eye. If you go on vacation you can fill nearly half full pot (which you see on the meter which then comes out well above average), and you can safely 14 days.
In addition, it does not get much and too fast water does not mind if the plants.
The substrate absorbs water, so when the water meter at the bottom is the substrate is still damp, but there is no water at the bottom of the pot.
The plant is still roomy enough for four summer days.
So a few days leave dry is definitely not a problem, especially in times when the plant evaporates little it is recommended!
Sansevieria zeylanica in substrate is ideal for people with not too green thumb.