Sanserveria Cylindria plants are a unique succulent plant for use in your indoor office locations. Resembling an aloe plant, Sanserveria Cylindria are much easier to care for indoors.
Sansevieria cylindrical is only new to the United States. People in the United Kingdom and Australia have been growing them for some time. Sometimes called the African spear plant, the Sansevieria cylindrica has all the ease and durability of the popular snake plant and the appeal of lucky bamboo. The plant consists of stout, cylindrical spears that spring from the sandy soil. They can be braided or left in their natural fan shape. Best of all, they can be almost ignored and the plant will thrive.
Light:Bright, filtered light, but highly tolerant.
Water: Can survive long periods of drought. Water monthly or less in winter, weekly or every other week in summer.
Temperature: Above 50ºF, but can survive cold spells.
Soil: Use a fast-draining cactus mix.
Fertilizer: Feed during growing season. Do not feed during winter.
African spears can be divided when several spears are present, but it’s usually best to buy a new plant.
Repot annually or every other year in the spring. They will survive being root bound.
At “http://www.pdiplants.com/”>Plantscape Designs Inc, PDI of Burlington MA,has just begun the use of these different and interesting hardy indoor plants with our office interior designs.
“I am taking this opportunity to express to you our appreciation for the fine service you and your company have provided us over these past several years.
We are especially grateful to you because the plants in Burlington Health Center are a very important aspect of our ambiance and any level of service short of excellent would quickly become apparent.
Admittedly , when we first decided to switch our business to Plantscape Designs Inc, we did so with some trepidation . Yours rates were so much lower than we had been paying that there was some doubt as to whether your service could be comparable to that which we had enjoyed previously. As it turned out, you have provided as good if not better service at a much lower price.
Please pass on our thanks and gratitude to your fine staff who service the Burlington Health Center.”
John B. Sewall
When we think of adding a colorful accent to our indoor office plants we often think about cut flowers or a flowering potted plant. Actually there is another option. Tropical foliage plants that have beautiful colored leaves. If your office has the right conditions, bright light and warm temperature, there is an unlimited selection of plants that have colorful foliage and variegated leaves. Crotons, Cordyline, Rex begonias, Stromanthe are just a few that can brighten your office with some color. We use many of these on locations in the Boston metro area. Colored leafy botanicals have unlimited plant possibilities.
Brian Guilfoyle contact 781.632.4475