The Case Study Cylinder with Snake Plant
THE SILL SHOP WORKSHOP: NO GREEN THUMB REQUIRED
THE SILL PLANT PROMISE:
YOUR PLANT OR GIFT IS GUARANTEED FOR 30 DAYS, NO QUESTIONS ASKED.
Check out this big plant
The Snake Plant
Sansevieria trifasciata, snake plants (also known as mother-in-law’s tongue) are succulent perennials native to South Africa, Madagascar, and lands surrounding the Indian Ocean. They are one of the easiest houseplants to grow, tolerating extremely low levels of light and moisture. Snake plants have been found in a NASA study to purify the air of harmful toxins.
Low to medium to bright, indirect light
Once weekly if in brighter light, or when it starts to wrinkle. Reduce waterings in winter to half. Make sure the soil is completely dry before watering.
Generally low light plants need a little extra love compared to succulents. Luckily it's usually obvious what kind of love they need.