Milt Sanseviaria – Long
Originating from West Africa and belong to the family of Asparagaceae, the Sansevieria trifasciata, commonly called the mother-in-law’s tongue, is a very popular houseplant with attractive, stiff, long dark-green leaves lined with striking light-green bands that grow vertically.
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Studies performed by NASA shows that this plant is a superb air purifier and removed toxins from air effectively.It is unique as it releases oxygen during night time unlike other plants. It is also known as snake plant.
1.Filter indoor air even at night,2.Remove toxic pollutants
3.Mental health booster
4 Low Maintanence and easy to care for.
5 Effective against allergies
6.Accordind to Feng shui placing Snake plant in a classroom improves learning skill.
1. Remove toxic pollutants
2. Though in small contributions, snake plants can absorb cancer-causing pollutants
including CO2, benzene, formaldehyde, xylene, and toluene.
3. With the ability to absorb and remove harmful toxins, snake plants can act as an effective defense against airborne allergies.
1. This plant requires Bright indirect natural light or bright artificial light.
2. Soil should be well drained and fertile, rich in organic content.
3. Temperature 12° – 29°C is preferable.
4. Poke your finger/plain small stick into the soil to check the moisture. Water when topsoil (3-4 inches) feels dry to touch. Water thoroughly in the summer and reduce watering in the winter and rainy season.
5. Apply any organic fertilizer.
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