Sansevieria is one of the hardiest plants, in recent times its popularity has increased a lot contributing to its easy care and benefits proved in improving the air quality. Sansevieria is native to southern Asia and categorized under Asparagaceae plants family. It has more than 200 species, some of them being cultivated worldwide at very large scale.
Plant Height : 3 to 6 inch
No of Plants : Single
Potting Medium : Potting mix
Pot Type : Ceramic pot
Sansevieria Golden Hahnii
It is perfect indoor plant which does not require bright or sun light as well as frequent watering, it has fatty leaves like succulents which store water and make it survive even in deserts for long time.
Sansevieria was part of NASA Clean Air Study and it was found very effective in improving indoor air quality by removing benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, xylene and toluene. In Feng Shui it 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 thrives. It 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 will make it more than happy. It is fast growing plant and produces at least 1 to 3 off shoots per plant every year.
With every purchase of plant we provide plant care instruction which includes information about light, feed and watering. It makes easy to have a long life natural air purifier plant performing tireless job day and night.
Go ahead and buy it online or by visiting our offline store for more exclusive collections, plant will tolerate ignoring nature and add exotic beauty to the interiors design, improve air quality, help to fight sick building syndrome and last but not the least, bring good luck.
Sonal Vohra (Senior Product Analyst) –
Snake plant is one of the best luck bringer, indoor, air purifier and hardy plant, it is beautiful, easy care table top plant, potted in elegant ceramic pot.