Snake Plant Indoor

Sansiveian Laurentii

SKU 608

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30cm - 40cm
50cm - 60cm
60cm - 80cm

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Plant Care

Watering

Pour 1 cup or 200ml once a week only when the soil begins to dry out. Do not over-water and ensure the plant soil has proper drainage to prevent root rot. Let the potting mix dry out between watering cycles.

Light

Bright indoor light or indirect sun. 6 hours to 8 hours

Temperature

18°C to 26°C

Fertilizer

Diluted NPK or Liquid Plant Fertilizer Once Every Month

Plant Bio

Sansevieria is known for its air-purifying properties and is extremely popular because of its easy care and clean look. Sansevieria has the ability to produce oxygen and even has one of the highest conversion rates with regard to the conversion of carbon dioxide into oxygen. They tolerate low light conditions as well as artificial light, therefore they are very suitable for most homes, apartments, and offices. Sansevierias (snake plants) are some of the toughest plants you can find. Whether indoors, in your garden or on your balcony, these spiky beauties can put up with almost anything. They’re easy as can be, but there are a few things you should know. 

Easy does it with the watering. You want to be careful not to overdo it because your plant will rot out. Always make sure the soil is almost completely dry before thoroughly watering again. Water your Snake Plants every 2-6 weeks, depending on your home’s temperature, light levels, and humidity. So, if you travel or tend to ignore plants, this is the one for you.

Even though Sansevierias prefer medium light , they’ll also tolerate low light and high light. How versatile they are! Just be sure to keep them out of the direct sun because they’ll burn in a heartbeat.

These plants don’t mind the dry or stale air in our homes and offices. They’ll also do well in bathrooms where the humidity tends to be much higher. This is another versatility factor which gives this houseplant the label: “diehard”.





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