What makes it special in the Snake Plants
Snake plants are considered natural air purifiers. Apart from this, according to Vastu Shastra, planting this plant in the house brings mental peace and relaxation. This plant also looks like a snake, hence the name snake plant. But did you know that NASA also described this plant as a very good air purifier?
Soil-Snake plants do best in a free-draining soil mix because they tend to rot easily. A soilless potting mix is best for adequate drainage.
Water-Another great snake plant care tip is to let the soil dry out between watering. Overwatering can kill the plant.
Sunlight-Snake plants like indirect but consistent light, with occasional direct sunlight. They can adapt to full daylight and thrive in poorly lit environments.
Fertilizer -You rarely need to feed these slow-growing plants. Give snake plants a dose of any household food twice each year - once in the spring and again in the summer. Or fertilize with worm compost in a thin layer on top of the soil once a year.
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