Kenya hyacinth, or Sansevieria parva, is a pretty little succulent that makes a great houseplant. It produces flowers irregularly and can be grown outdoors in hot, dry regions. Care of Kenya hyacinth is not difficult if you provide the right soil and don’t over water. Let’s learn more about growing this interesting snake plant. What is a Kenya Hyacinth Snake Plant? This handful of a name refers to Sansevieria parva, most commonly known as Kenya hyacinth snake plant. This is a succulent that is hardy in the U.S. in zones 10 and 11, but for everyone else it makes a great houseplant. Native to East Africa, flowering Sansevieria plants have narrow, spike-shaped leaves that grow between eight and sixteen inches (20 to 40 cm.) long. Each plant grows a cluster of six to twelve leaves. The flowers of Kenya hyacinth are small and white or pale pink. These plants don’t
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