The Snake Plant- Oxygen Enriching Indoor Plants

by Sadabahar Greens Pvt. Ltd.

We have so many things going on in our world today that it is hard to keep up with it all. We are living in a world that is becoming more and more polluted, which can be both harmful to our health and our environment. There are many things we can do to help the environment and our health, but sometimes it can be hard to know what to do.

Here are some tips for taking care of the environment and your health day by day. A lot of people have been turning to indoor plants to help bring some life into their homes and reduce their carbon footprint. It's easy to make your home look more inviting by adding a few plants to your living space. Not only do indoor plants help with the aesthetics, but they also help purify the air and release oxygen in a room.

Most people don't know that a snake plant is a great choice for an air purifier because it has the ability to remove up to 90% of airborne pollutants from the air. This is why this plant is often used in offices and homes with people who suffer from asthma or allergies. It's also a very easy plant to care for and will not require much maintenance, which is another plus.

Here are few tips to grow snake Plant


When it comes to Snake Plants, the best soil is a well-drained, sandy soil. This type of soil will allow the roots of the plant to breathe and will also help to prevent the plant from becoming waterlogged. If you are planting your Snake Plant in a pot, make sure that the pot has drainage holes to allow excess water to escape.


Water when the soil is almost dry. The quickest way to kill a snake plant is to overwater it. Before you think it's time to water, test the soil with your finger. If it feels dry to the touch, you can safely wait a day or two before watering.


Snake plants offer a versatility that is hard to beat, especially when it comes to lighting needs. They usually grow faster in bright light, but direct sunlight can burn the leaves, especially when the plants are outdoors. An ideal location indoors is about 10 feet from a west or south window.


Growing your snake plant is very easy. Each plant can grow new plants alongside the larger mother plant


Because snake plants do poorly in rocky soil, avoid over-fertilizing. A premium plant food like Pennington Ultra green All Purpose Plant Food 10-10-10 delivers the primary, secondary and micronutrients your snake plant needs once each spring. Then it continues feeding gently for four months. if you want to give your houseplants a fast-acting fertilizer, liquid fertilizer for indoor plants is a best option.

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