what differs sansevieria concinna from the other snake plants are its spoon shaped leaves. it’s available in different sizes and also as variegated cultivar (very hard to get).
sansevieria concinna does good on a bright to light shaded place with indirect sunlight. if protected from afternoon sun it can be placed outside during summer. but give it back inside if the temperature is falling under 15 °c (59 °f) constantly.
a good drained soil is welcome, you can use a standart cactus mix or a mix with some humus, sand and gritty.
it likes to be good watered and the soil should dry out before watering next. wet legs can cause root rot.
sansevieria concinna can be fed with a half concentrated cactus fertilizer. monthly during spring/summer and every six to eight weeks in fall/winter (if placed at room temperature).
it needs a winter minimum of 15 °c (59 °f). if placed at this temperature keep nearly dry and don’t feed.
sansevieria concinna can be propagated by division and with leaf cuttings.