The Sansevieria is pretty drought resistant. All varieties need watering approximately once a month and less is more. For larger Sansevierias, pop them in a sink with a few inches of water, allowing your plant to soak up water for around 10 minutes. That way, the plant only takes what it needs. Smaller Sansevierias, such as the punk variety, can be watered once a month straight into the soil.
You can be flexible with where you place your plant. Sansevierias are happy to survive in low light conditions and can even live under fluorescent lighting. However, because they’re slow growers, they thrive in bright, indirect sunlight.
This plant is considered toxic if ingested, so it’s best to keep it out of reach of children and pets.