About Snake Plant
Snake Plant originally heralds from central Africa and, ever since, has gathered a whole host of rich nicknames, including “Snake plant,” “Viper’s Bowstring hemp,” “Saint George’s Sword,” and “Mother-in-law’s tongue.” Snake Plants are the perfect indoor plant for beginning plant parents thanks to its drought tolerance and hardy nature. Some say that Snake Plants are also a great addition to bedroom decor as it can be helpful in providing a more restful night’s sleep by adding more oxygen into the room at night.
5”-12” Plant height (including pot) with a pot width of 3.5”.
Happy in almost any light condition, Snake Plants can be placed in sunlight either directly or indirectly.
Snake Plants are known for their drought tolerance and hardy nature, meaning you can do just about anything to it without much damage. However, to allow you plant to thrive we suggest avoiding overwatering.
NASA recommended this plant in its famous clean air study for its natural capacity to remove toxins from its immediate environment. Snake Plants help to remove toxic air pollutants while releasing oxygen at night which in turn can lead to a more restful night’s sleep. Whether it’s toxic pollutants like CO2, benzene, and xylene, or airborne allergies, keeping a Snake Plant around the house can greatly help the air quality of your home.
LOOKING AFTER THE PLANT
During spring and summer months, keep the plant’s soil moist, but not wet, about once every 10-14 days. Over winter, allow it to dry out completely before watering moderately. As a general rule, this means once a month or so.
PLANT CARE WITH PETS AND CHILDREN
If the Snake Plants are ingested by a dog or cat it can cause an upset stomach. It is best to keep out of reach of pets.
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