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‘Bantel’s Sensation’ Snake Plant

‘Bantel’s Sensation’ Snake Plant

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The ‘Bantel’s Sensation’ Snake Plant is the perfect plant for beginners!
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Get to Know ‘Bantel’s Sensation’ Snake Plant!


The Sansevieria Bantel’s Sensation is a striking variety of the foolproof Snake Plant, boasting distinctive white vertical striping on its thinner-than-usual leaves. Native to West Africa, this plant can tolerate long periods of drought and is very easy to care for.

The large thick leaves of Sansevieria can gather dust easily, so be sure to wipe them down on occasion to help them photosynthesize — especially if they're in low light environments.


Sansevieria like to dry out completely between waterings. The most common mistake made with these plants is overwatering. Even if your plant is placed in ample bright indirect light, you won’t need to water it more than once every 10 days (at most) during the growing season. During the winter months or if the plant is in low light, it can need watering as infrequently as once a month. Regardless of its placement though, make sure that you are letting your Sansevieria's soil thoroughly dry between waterings. Sansevieria are susceptible to root rot, so it’s very important that you do not water the plant if you detect any moisture in the soil.


Place your Sansevieria in a spot where it will receive anywhere from a bright to dim amount of indirect light. Note that the white variegation on the Bantel’s Sensation's leaves make it slightly less tolerant of low light conditions than your typical Snake Plant, so extremely low light situations should be avoided with this variety.


No! This plant is not pet friendly!

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Overwatering results in mushy brown stalks. Hold off on watering and prune your plant. Only when the soil is completely dry all the way through the pot is your plant ready for a drink.

Though difficult to do, underwatering a Sansevieria is not impossible and results in dry crispy tips on the plant's leaves. If this is the case, prune your plant and increase your frequency of watering.