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Green Sansevieria trifasciata 'Hahnii' - 4″ Pot via Amazon. You may be familiar with its nickname "Birdsnest" on account of how much it looks like… well, like a bird's nest. Pairing these plants with hens and chicks and creeping thyme in containers is a surefire combination for hot and dry conditions. S. Trifasciata 'Moonshine'

Full Description 'Moonshine' is distinguished by the haunting beauty of its unique silvery upward pointing leaves, giving an otherworldly, moonlit, architectural look to your indoor décor. Silver tones may be more pronounced on newer foliage. One of the very easiest houseplants you can grow, sansevieria practically thrives on neglect.

Central Phoenix -- Sansevieria trifasciata Moonshine (aka Moonglow) does well in our garden. It is, however, frost sensitive and we cover most of it during harder frosts. It survived several weeks of freezing nights down to 24F, but suffered extensive damage.

Sansevieria Moonshine aka Silver Snake Plant has broad leaves that are a light silvery-green color with faint bands across and dark green margins. Snake Plant is an excellent plant for purifying the air and removing toxins from indoor environments. It is toxic (has oxylates that cause oral and

How to Care for a Sansevieria or Snake Plant. Sansevieria, also known as snake plant and mother-in-law's tongue, is a hardy plant with long, broad leaves. Because of their adaptability and tolerance, they're often used as houseplants.

I really love Sansevieria 'Moonshine' (pictured on the right below) A friend sent me this plant and it is putting out quite a few new leaves now. The new leaves are a lighter color and darker a bit as they age. The form is more unusual for Sansevieria and I just love the shape and color of the leaves.