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Snake plant with recyclable pot

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It has web-like underground roots and thick, sword-shaped leaves with a unique banded pattern. It can flower once a year, producing clusters of cream-coloured flowers, that may develop into small orange fruits.

The most common snake plant foliage presents as slender, green leaves with grey or silver horizontal streaks. This plant can grow several feet tall and does well in low light areas. The Sansevieria genus now encompasses around 70 species, according to Shamshur.

Plant Constituents

  1. Snake Plant
  2. 4 inches Recyclable Plastic Pot
  3. Healthy soil mix

Plant Care

  • Light: Snake plants prefer bright, indirect light, but can tolerate some direct sunlight. They can also grow in low light, but will grow more slowly. Avoid moving a plant from low light to direct sunlight too quickly.
  • Watering: Water snake plants thoroughly when the soil is dry, which can be every 2–6 weeks. Snake plants don't need much water, and overwatering can cause root rot.
  • Repotting: Repot snake plants every 3–5 years, or when the roots are growing out of the bottom of the pot. Other signs that a plant needs repotting include:
    • Water draining too quickly
    • Roots filling the entire container
    • Stunted growth
    • A dull appearance
  • Sunlight: Snake plants prefer several hours of direct sunlight to promote growth and flowering. However, they should be protected from the hottest, southern sun in summer.
  • Potting: Use a sturdy container with well-draining potting mix.
  • Fertilizing: Feed snake plants once a month from April to September.


  • Air purification - Snake plants can remove up to 87% of harmful toxins from the air at night. They can filter out pollutants like benzene, formaldehyde, xylene, toluene, trichloroethylene, and ammonia.
  • Low maintenance - Snake plants are easy to grow and can survive with low water and light. They can also tolerate droughts and floods.
  • Home decor - Snake plants have tall, architectural leaves that can add interest to corners of the home or office.
  • Mental health - Snake plants can boost mental health.
  • Drought tolerance
  • Growing in a wide range of humid conditions
  • Easy to propagate
  • Effective for allergies
  • Symbolic of good virtues
  • Traditionally used against scabies, eczema, and other skin conditions
  • Roots can be used as an aphrodisiac
  • Roots can be used as an antidote for snake bites