This tough Sansevieria requires little care if kept in bright, indirect light, making it one of the best houseplants for beginners. The flat blade-like leaves displaying faint bands of light and dark green. This sansevieria brings a cool and contemporary look to the home.
How to look after Sansevieria?
These are hardy indoor plants that can tolerate almost anything Only needing watering once every two weeks when the top few inches of soil have dried out, these plants are easy to look after. It is better to underwater rather than over water these plants so judge it on the wetness of the soil and the look of the plant; if it's going brown water more, if it goes yellow and starts to droop water less. Your Sansevieria prefers bright, but indirect light, but it can handle lower light conditions, making it a perfect office plant. If you see the leaves begin to discolour and droop then move to a sunnier location.
Is Sansevieria air purifying?
Yes, and it does it well The Sansevieria was put through its paces by NASA in a test to see how plants could be used to purify air in spacecraft The Sansevieria came out near the top of the list, this air-purifying houseplant filters out toxins from the air leaving you with a cleaner feeling room
- Our plants are provided in a plastic nursery pot. Any decorative pots or props are not included.
- This plant is not for consumption