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Sansevieria Hahnii is a species of genus sansevieria categorized under plants family asparagaceae, native to southern asia. It is evergreen herbaceous perennial plant commonly known by several names such as mother-in-law’s tongue, devil’s tongue, jinn’s tongue, bow string hemp, snake plant and snake tongue etc. Below are the specifications of offered plant:
Plant name: Sansevieria Hahnii
Plant size: 5 inch approx, Single plant
Potting medium : Potting mix
Pot size: 4 inch plastic pot
Location: Indoor, Shade
Light: Shade, artificial light
Watering: Less frequent
Temperature: 16 to 32 degree celsius
Sansevieria is one of the hardiest plants, in recent times its popularity has increased a lot contributing to its easy care and benefits proven in improving indoors air quality. The plant needs little light and water to survive as well as prefers human livable temperature range 18 to 24°C (65-75°F). It is the perfect houseplant which does not require bright or sun light as well as frequent watering as it has fatty leaves like succulents, store water and help it survive even in deserts for longer time.
Sansevieria was part of NASA clean sir study and found effective in improving indoor air quality by removing benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, xylene and toluene. In Feng Shui, the plant is considered as a good luck plant.
We have tested its different varieties by placing them at living rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms, thick shades at Delhi weather conditions for more than couple of years and it works. The plant does not require to be fed or watered frequently, watering it once in a month and a spoon of fertilizer every spring in the indoor conditions, makes it more than happy. It is fast growing plant and produces at least 1 to 3 off shoots every year.
Go ahead and buy the plant online or by visiting our offline store for exclusive collections, the plant tolerates ignoring nature, adds exotic elegance to the interiors design, improves air quality, helps to fight sick building syndrome and last but not least helps to bring the good luck.