||12 inch (30 cm)
||5 inch (13 cm)
A common houseplant, the Sansevieria trifasciata is native to Asia and Africa. It can be recognized by its evergreen sword-shaped leaves that grow upright and almost resemble artificial foliage. Snake plants are often used as home decor since they’re pleasing to the eye, are easy to care for, and require little water to survive.
Snake Plant benefits
The snake plant, commonly referred to as mother-in-law’s tongue, is a resilient succulent that can grow anywhere between 6 inches to several feet.
In addition to providing a bit of ambiance, snake plants have a number of health benefits, including:
filter indoor airremove toxic pollutantsmay help boost mental healtheasy to care foreffective against allergiesmay help enhance the “energy” of a space, according to feng shuican help with minor ailments.
Care and Tips
▪︎Light -: Snake plants prefer indirect but steady light with some direct sun. They can adapt to full sun conditions and will also survive dimly lit situations.
▪︎Soil -: Snake plants prefer a loose, well-drained potting mix. This plant will do well in sandier soils. Use a potting media low in peat content. Peat works well in many situations, but it can become tightly packed and sometimes has problems rehydrating or draining.
▪︎Water -: Let the soil dry between waterings. During the winter, reduce watering to monthly, or whenever the soil is dry to the touch. Err on the side of under-watering; too much water can harm the plant.
▪︎Fertilizer -: Feed with a mild cactus fertilizer during the growing season or a balanced liquid slow-release (10-10-10 fertilizer) diluted to half-strength. Do not fertilize in the winter.