This interesting plant is known by many names. Some of the common names are Bird’s Nest, Good Luck Plant, Golden Bird’s Nest, Golden Hahnii, Dwarf Snake Plant, and Dwarf Mother-in-Law Tongue. The plant grows in attractive tight green-golden oval rosettes. The rosettes have spirally arranged broad elliptical leaves. Healthy plant leaves seldom shed and they retain their rich color.
Beautiful Bird’s Nest Succulent, 2” Bare Root Plant
This is a very hardy succulent and an easy plant to grow. It remains small making it ideal for indoor areas and offices. Additionally, the small size makes a Bird’s Nest succulent a perfect choice for dish gardens and terrariums.
Bird’s Nest succulents are often combined with other succulents to create beautiful arrangements. They are a gorgeous plant but they also make other succulents stand out and look better.
The Bird’s Nest is also a popular choice as an outdoor groundcover and is used for landscaping edging.
Mature Size: height 7”; spread 8”
Your plant will be shipped bare root without soil.
Light: Tolerates low light and even partial shade. It is described as a plant grows well in fluorescent lights.
It seems to be rare but sometimes you will get a Bird’s Nest that will produce flowers. There doesn’t seem to be a way to guarantee flowering you just have to hope for the best. If you are fortunate it will produce creamy tan-like flowers in mid-summer.
Bird’s Nest Succulents Clean the Air
A study conducted in 2011 concluded that the Bird’s Nest, Sansevieria trifasciata ‘Hahnii’ was effective in removing the toxin formaldehyde from indoor air.
Sansevieria trifasciata ‘Hahnii’
The Bird’s Nest looks like a smaller version of the popular Snake Plant. The reason it looks similar is because Sansevieria trifasciata ‘Hahnii’ is actually of cultivar of the Snake Plant.