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Cylindrical Snake Plant – Twisted (Sansevieria Cylindrica / Dracaena Angolensis)

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Cylindrical Snake Plant – Twisted (Sansevieria Cylindrica / Dracaena Angolensis)

Botanical Name: Dracaena Angolensis

Common Name:

  • Cylindrical Snake Plant
  • African Spear
  • Spear Sansevieria
  • Saint Bárbara sword
  • Elephant’s Toothpick
  • Bow String Hemp
  • Skyline Spear Sansevieria

Care & Growth:


The plant can survive long periods of drought. Water it monthly or less in winters; in summers, water it 250ml to 500ml once every 3 weeks (depending on the size of the plant). *Do not let the water touch the leaves as that can lead to leaves rotting.


This plant prefers bright, filtered light indoors, but it is also highly light-tolerant. Outdoors, Sansevieria grows well in shaded or partially shaded areas. Too much direct sunlight can damage the leaves of the succulent.


Temperatures above 55°F (12°C) are best, but it can survive cold spells for a short period of time (50°F/10°C). Generally, they do best in temperatures that are comfortable to humans: above 55°F (12°C) and below 85°F (30°C


Feed the plant during the growing season. Do not feed it during winter.

Important Note:

(Flowering plants only blossom naturally in their respective seasons. Fruit-bearing plants only produce fruits naturally during their growing seasons. All plants are sold in generic nursery pots, and may naturally vary in colors/sizes from the exact images illustrated above.)

Plant Type:

Indoor Plant

Plant Height:

30 cm to 35 cm

Pot Type:

Nursery Pot


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