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Starfish Sansevieria ‘Boncel’ plants are a rare succulent that is a compact hybrid of the Snake plant, which is more common. This plant has thick, fan-shaped, light green foliage with dark green circles from the top to the bottom of the leaf. This succulent originates from Angola. Young “pups” spring from the base of the plant and can be easily transplanted to propagate new plants.
Starfish are shorter and fatter than other snake plant varieties. It is a slow grower, but could eventually reach eight inches tall. Under the right conditions, it can produce a long flower spike that can grow up to 3' tall!
Sansevieria Boncel "Starfish"
All succulents love bright light, including the Sansevieria Starfish. However, it will tolerate a wide range of lighting conditions. This tropical plant thrives in hot, humid temperatures and won't do well in temps below 60 degrees. Mist the leaves several times per week to give extra humidity.
Don't overwater the Starfish - make sure the soil is completely dry before watering it again. Don't let the plant sit in water, as the rots will rot. During the spring and summer, you can boost growth by fertilizing every three weeks.
Wipe down the leaves and remove dead leaves by clipping them at the base. Rotate the plant in the window to ensure it grows evenly.