Snake Plant Gold Hahnii

$17.95 USD
  • 4" Pot

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  • Meet the evergreen perennial, Sansevieria Trifasciata, native to tropical West Africa and Nigeria. Also known as Snake Plant, Laurentii, and Mother-in-law's Tongue, this resilient beauty serves as a natural air purifier, making it an ideal addition to any office or household. The Snake Plant features strong, sturdy, sword-shaped leaves that exhibit drought tolerance and retain water effectively. Easily propagated by leaf cuttings, you can effortlessly expand your family of snake plants or share the green joy as thoughtful gifts. This particular variety boasts a unique aesthetic with a green outline and green streaks on a predominantly yellow leaf, creating a stunning reversed look that adds a touch of intrigue to your indoor greenery.

    Plant Care:

    • Light: Adaptable to various light conditions; can tolerate low light.
    • Soil: Well-draining soil; allow the top inch to dry out between waterings.
    • Humidity: Adaptable to average indoor humidity levels.
    • Temperature: Thrives in a range of 70-90°F (21-32°C).
    • Water: Low maintenance; water sparingly, especially in winter.


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