Origin/History: Sansevieria trifasciata 'Black Coral' is a semi-tropical plant native to West Africa.

Water: A potted plant may need watering once or twice per month during the summer, while outdoor plants may only need watering during periods of drought.During the winter, the plant may only need water once per month.

Soil: Use standard succulent potting mix or regular potting soil with additional sand.

Light: These plants prefer medium light or low light when grown inside as direct sunlight may cause scorching. Fertilizer isn’t necessary but may encourage brighter colors and faster growth.

Temperature: The snake plant is best suited for outdoor growth in USDA hardiness zones 9 to 11 with a minimum average temperature of 30° degrees Fahrenheit (-1° C) during the winter.

Pet Friendly: But the plants are also poisonous if ingested.

Setting: Treat fungal growth by correcting the watering frequency and soil drainage.