Mikado Snake Plant, Sansevieria Bacularis Mikado

Botanical Name: Sansevieria bacularis 'Mikado'
Common Names: Mikado Snake Plant
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Bring the timelessly stylish touch of the Mikado Snake Plant to your home. This strong and sturdy houseplant looks great and is incredibly easy to take care of, so you can enjoy having it in your home without any major hassle...

Care Guide

Light Requirements
Prefers medium sunlight. Tolerates low sunlight or artificial lighting. Growth will slow in low light conditions. Bright sunlight can scorch the leaves.
Artificial Light
Direct Sun
Water Needs
Prefers to dry out. Tolerates drought. Will not tolerate excessive watering and can succumb to rot easily.
Soil Preference
Prefers a well draining soil mix that doesn’t retain much water. Sand, pumice, and perlite are key components. This combination ensures stability, access to water when they need it, and consistent access to oxygen.
Moisture Retention
Fast Drying
Drainage Speed

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Q: Approximately how tall is the mikado snake plant in the 6” pot? Is that your tallest size?
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Canopi Plants
The Mikado snake plant in a 6" pot is roughly 18-24 inches tall. Stock from each grower is slightly different, but that is what we've typically seen and sold. Currently it is the largest size we have available.
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