The Snake Plant Zeylanica is a great choice for homes and offices alike. It requires very little care and it can survive in a variety of environments!
We tend to associate foliage plants with air purification, but Mother-in-Law's Tongues have been linked to absorbing a wide variety of toxins, and are well worth investing in if you're looking for a natural air purifier. Sansevierias are some of NASA's star pupils when it comes to air purification, they absorb toxins and expels clean oxygen making the air you breathe safer!
Its waxy leaf surface attracts dust removing it from the air and keeping it away from your lungs. A great plant for those who suffer from respiratory problems as well as for everyone else!
They can endure in low light conditions without suffering
So if you’re looking to introduce plants into a workspace or studio which lacks natural light, this is a great one to consider
There’s no need to repot this the Zeylanica, it will thrive if its roots are bound
Easy to care for, impressive air clearing benefits and gorgeous! Add the Snake Plant Zeylanica to your basket NOW!
I am best in moderate to bright, indirect light but I can adapt to low light conditions too, so I'm a good choice if you have a difficult environment.
During spring and summer months, keep my soil moist, but not wet or I'll get root rot! This should be about once every 10-14 days. Over winter, allow it to dry out completely before watering moderately (around once a month or so).
I'm happy anywhere from 15-23°C and can be in temperatures as low as 10°C for short periods.
Apply a weak dose of cactus or general-purpose feed once a month at most during the growing season. Sansevieria are low maintenance plants and do not require a lot of supplementary feeding.
I can cause stomach upset if eaten by pets or humans, so I'm best kept out of reach.
Remove dust by wiping my leaves with a soft, damp cloth.
Don't repot me in anything too big, when I outgrow my current. I thrive — and may even go into bloom — when my roots are crowded.
General Information About Your Plant
Tropical West African Region.
I could grow to be as tall as a meter, but I am quite slow growing.