NEW ! - Small rooted clump - "Parva" means "small"! Tiny stoloniferous species, eventually forming a carpet or filling ahanging basket. Native to cooler mountains of Rwanda, Uganda andKenya, it is probably the hardiest of the Sansevierias.
Charming, tiny plant with many grass like, reflexed leaves. "Parva" means "small", and this is a tiny stoloniferous species, eventually forming a carpet or filling a hanging basket. It freely shoots aerial rhizomes, each one tipped with a new plantlet. Easy and fast growing, a perfect species for hanging baskets.
Rosettes have 10-20 narrow, thin glossy leaves, about 30 cm long and 2 cm wide, covered with alternating dark and light green cross bands. An easy flowering species with showy spikes of white, scented flowers. Sansevieria parva was described in Kew Gardens in 1915, it is native to cooler mountains of Rwanda, Uganda and Kenya, it is probably the hardiest of the Sansevieria and can take cool temperatures and light, short frosts.
|Minimum winter temperature||0 ºC to 15 ºC|