Sansevieria futura Superba - Snake Plant
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🪴 Skill Level: Almost unkillable - perfect for beginners
🌤 Location: Prefers bright indirect light
📏 Grows up to: 80cm
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Nursery Pot Size:
Air Purifier? Great for removing air impurities
Minimum plant height: 20-30cm
Grows up to: 80cm
Stems per pot: 5+
Child / Pet Safe: Mildly toxic if eaten
Humidity: No need to mist (prefers the dry)
Top Tip: Give it an occasional dusting as it's a slow grower
Information on plant sizes
All plants are measured from the bottom of the nursery pot to the tip of the plant and if a height is specified, this is an approximate height, not set in stone. As all plants are living things, they will vary in size throughout the year, and we do our best to give a guide as to the size you can expect. If in doubt drop us an email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sansevieria futura Superba goes by many names such as Snake plant; Mother-in-Law’s tongue; Viper’s bowstring hemp to name but a few.
If you're new to keeping house plants then the Snake Plant could possibly be one of the easiest plants around requiring almost no care. They survive for months without water and little or lots of light. So if you're forgetful, this could be for you.Snake Plants you see, are a succulent plant, which means it stores water in its leaves!
The long, slender leaves grow in a graceful shape, adding height and visual interest to your space. Popular in bedroom with their air purifying properties, they release plenty of oxygen at night which can only help improve your sleep.
Fun fact: Sansevieria zeylanica Fan is native to tropical West Africa and was first described by the botanist Carl Peter Thunberg in 1794. Its leaves were traditionally used to make bowstrings, hence the name "bowstring hemp." Cool huh?!
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