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Sansevieria, also called mother-in-law's tongue or snake plant, is an easy-care plant, indoors or out. It is tough, durable and will even grow in conditions of low light or under watering. This plant is perfect if you are someone that has a busy busy schedule, or has never had a plant before in their home. It can be kept in the bedroom since this one gives off oxygen at night

Mother in law's tongue (Sansevieria trifasciata )

  • Light : Sansiscan be placed anywhere in a room from the darkest corner to next to the brightest window. However, the better the light, the faster it grows.

    Water : Overwatering is the main reason the plant dies. It gives off warning signs of your watering habits. If you are not giving enough water, the leaves will lean or droop and will wrinkle up. Over watering? Leaves will turn slimy. If you notice your leaves beginning to appear soft, greasy or slimy – pull them out immediately! This will prevent it from affecting the rest of the leave. Once a month / 6 weeks is safe.

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