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Snake Plant

Snake Plant -   18 planting Illustration paintings ideas

I’m Snake Plant, you may have heard of me! I’m super chill and easy to care for, people consider me the low-maintenance one in the relationship. I’m a choice pick for beginners because I’m nearly indestructible. I am the type of plant that will always be there for you.   Difficulty: easy, great for new plant parents! L I’m Snake Plant, you may have heard of me! I’m super chill and easy to care for, people consider me the low-maintenance one in the relationship. I’m a choice pick for beginners because I’m nearly indestructible. I am the type of plant that will always be there for you.   Difficulty: easy, great for new plant parents! Light Needed: moderate, low to bright indirect Water: easy, just a little! only water when my soil is dry       ABOUT ME Evergreen plant with long, stiff, and dark-green vertical leaves. This plant is drought resistant and low maintenance, making it nearly indestructible. Size: Medium (6”) Where I’m From: Tropical West Africa Botanical Name Sansevieria Trifasciata Nicknames: Snake Plant, Mother-in-law’s Tongue, Bowstring Hemp, Golden Bird’s Nest, Good Luck Plant Family: Agavaceae Favorite Hangout Spots: Bathroom or bedroom. I don’t like windows.   PLANT CARE LIGHT Ideally needs bright, indirect light but can also survive in low light. WATER Water every 14-21 days but less during the winter. Let the soil dry out completely before watering again. TEMPERATURE Likes warmer, hot climates. Ideal temperature is 60-80°. Make sure to not place near an air vent or by a door with a drafty, cold air coming in. AIR No misting is required, can thrive in normal room humidity. GROWTH Can grow up to 48″ tall. Use a free draining soil. Does not need fertilizer, but to grow fast, fertilize once in spring and once in summer. PETS Toxic to cats and dog. Can cause mild nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea if pets take a bite. FUN FACT! This plant works while you sleep by transforming carbon dioxide into oxygen during the night!