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Houseplants: Part Three

April 09, 2020

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Snake Plants

Caring for Your Sansevieria

Sansevieria plants are among the easiest to take care of, requiring almost no maintenance once planted. Be sure to plant it in a pot with sufficient drainage. Always let the soil dry out completely between watering to avoid potential root rot. When repotting, pay careful attention to the plant’s roots and choose a pot appropriate for the size of the root ball.

While these plants grow best with bright indirect light, Sansevieria plants will tolerate a variety of light conditions. Combine different species with beautiful variegated leaves for a stunning indoor plant display! ​

Houseplants: Part Three

Houseplants Series: Caring for Your Sansevieria

Spring has sprung, which means planting begins! Cristina walks us through her steps of re-potting and watering her snake plant.