Very rarely Sansevieria Bacularis might bloom. This would be once a year at most, so is something to keep an eye out for.
Very slow-growing, they can reach up to a metre tall, but it would take a long time.
They are air purifying, removing toxins from the air, and even converting carbon monoxide to oxygen at night - perfect for a bedroom.
Sansevieria Bacularis are thought to have originated in Africa. Dracaena are generally native to Southern Asia and Africa.
The name Bacularis originates from Latin, meaning rod or stick, referencing the straight shape of the leaves.
Toxic to pets and people please keep away from children.
Other common names include:
Sansevieria Bacularis Fernwood, Dracaena Bacularis, Cylindrical Snake Plant
Light | Very adaptable, surviving most lighting environments. Very tolerant of darker spots but would prefer bright indirect light. Avoid direct sunlight, as it could burn the leaves.
Water | Let soil completely dry out between waterings. Pour water directly into the soil and not onto the leaves (which prefer to be dry). Do not overwater.
Humidity | Normal household humidity. Comfortable in dry conditions.
Temperature | Prefers temperatures 15-25°C to thrive but very adaptable!