Sansevieria Golden Hahnii is a variegated cultivar of Sansevieria Trifasciata Hahnii. Sansevieria Trifasciata is commonly known as Snake Plant or Mother in law’s tongue. And Hahnii is a name given to its miniature cultivar.
Golden Hahnii has a very similar leaf structure as Hahnii. The only difference is the presence of creamy yellow stripes along the length of each leaf. This pop of color gives Golden Hahnii an interesting and beautiful look.
This cultivar was discovered by Sylvan Hahn. Plus, it has a stunning golden yellow color. Hence the name ‘Golden Hahnii’. The plant was issued a patent in 1953.
The parent plant Sansevieria Trifasciata was earlier classified under the genus Sansevieria. Since 2017, it’s a part of the genus Dracaena from Asparagaceae family.
Fast-draining and loose soil is great for Golden Hahnii. Sansevieria doesn't need frequent watering. Water once every week, during the growth season. In winters, you can water once a month. Let the soil dry off before you water again. It can tolerate anything from the full sun to low light conditions. Ideally go for bright and indirect sunlight. Protect the plant from harsh afternoon sun. Brightly lit rooms and windows covered by sheer curtains are some of the best places to keep indoor plants.