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Bantel Sensation 6
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Sansevieria 

Type: tall

Height: 17-19″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Black Coral 6
Black Coral 6 Image

Sansevieria 

Type: tall

Height: 18-20″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Black Coral 8
Black Coral 8 Image

Sansevieria 

Type: tall

Height: 22-26″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Black Coral 14
Black Coral 14 Image

Sansevieria 

Type: tall

Height: 36-40″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Moonshine 6
Moonshine 6 Image

Sansevieria 

Type: medium

Height: 10-12″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Moonshine 10
Moonshine 10 Image

Sansevieria 

Type: medium

Height: 18-22″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Frozen 8″
Frozen 8" Image

Sansevieria 

Type: medium

Height: 18-20″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Hahnii 8″
Hahnii 8" Image

Sansevieria 

Type: birdnest

Height: 10-12″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Hunny Bunny 8″
Hunny Bunny 8" Image

Sansevieria 

Type: birdnest

Height: 9-11″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Futura Superba 6″
Futura Superba 6" Image

Sansevieria 

Type: medium

Height: 10-12″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Futura Superba 8″
Futura Superba 8" Image

Sansevieria 

Type: medium

Height: 13-15″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Wintergreen 14
Wintergreen 14 Image

Sansevieria 

Type: tall

Height: 36-40″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Zeylanica 14
Zeylanica 14 Image

Sansevieria 

Type: tall

Height: 34-38″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Zeylanica 10
Zeylanica 10 Image

Sansevieria 

Type: tall

Height: 26-30″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Golden Hahnii 6
Golden Hahnii 6 Image

Sansevieria 

Type: birdnest

Height: 7-8″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Hahnii 6
Hahnii 6 Image

Sansevieria 

Type: birdnest

Height: 8-9″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Hunny Bunny 6
Hunny Bunny 6 Image

Sansevieria 

Type: birdnest

Height: 8-9″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Jade 6
Jade 6 Image

Sansevieria 

Type: birdnest

Height: 8-9″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Robusta 6
Robusta 6 Image

Sansevieria 

Type: medium

Height: 10-12″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Robusta 8
Robusta 8 Image

Sansevieria 

Type: medium

Height: 18-20″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Robusta10
Robusta10 Image

Sansevieria 

Type: medium

Height: 18-22″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Laurentii 6
Laurentii 6 Image

Sansevieria 

Type: tall

Height: 18-20″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Laurentii 8
Laurentii 8 Image

Sansevieria 

Type: tall

Height: 24-28″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Laurentii 10
Laurentii 10 Image

Sansevieria 

Type: tall

Height: 26-30″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Laurentii 14
Laurentii 14 Image

Sansevieria 

Type: tall

Height: 34-38″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Zeylanica 6
Zeylanica 6 Image

Sansevieria 

Type: tall

Height: 18-20″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Zeylanica 8
Zeylanica 8 Image

Sansevieria 

Type: tall

Height: 24-28″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Futura Superba 10″
Futura Superba 10" Image

Sansevieria 

Type: medium

Height: 18-20″

Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun

The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to Africa but has become a popular house plant. It can deal with low light levels and irregular watering making it one of the hardest house plants to kill. A study by NASA found that it is one of the best plants for cleaning the air in your home by passively absorbing toxins like nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

The snake plant and most other desert plants use CAM Photosynthesis. This means it convert most of its carbon dioxide to oxygen at night. The reason for this is because during the day the plant leafs close their stomata to prevent water loss. At night time they open their stomata and store up carbon dioxide so during the hot day they can do photosynthesis without losing moisture from open stomata. Because of this some people like to put this plant in the bedroom because it will make oxygen at night while they are sleeping.

Sansevieria
Bantel Sensation 6 Image
Bantel Sensation 6
Sansevieria  Type: tall Height: 17-19″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongu… Read More
Black Coral 6 Image
Black Coral 6
Sansevieria  Type: tall Height: 18-20″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongu… Read More
Black Coral 8 Image
Black Coral 8
Sansevieria  Type: tall Height: 22-26″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongu… Read More
Black Coral 14 Image
Black Coral 14
Sansevieria  Type: tall Height: 36-40″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongu… Read More
Moonshine 6 Image
Moonshine 6
Sansevieria  Type: medium Height: 10-12″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s ton… Read More
Moonshine 10 Image
Moonshine 10
Sansevieria  Type: medium Height: 18-22″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s ton… Read More
Frozen 8" Image
Frozen 8″
Sansevieria  Type: medium Height: 18-20″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s ton… Read More
Hahnii 8" Image
Hahnii 8″
Sansevieria  Type: birdnest Height: 10-12″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s t… Read More
Hunny Bunny 8" Image
Hunny Bunny 8″
Sansevieria  Type: birdnest Height: 9-11″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s to… Read More
Futura Superba 6" Image
Futura Superba 6″
Sansevieria  Type: medium Height: 10-12″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s ton… Read More
Futura Superba 8" Image
Futura Superba 8″
Sansevieria  Type: medium Height: 13-15″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s ton… Read More
Wintergreen 14 Image
Wintergreen 14
Sansevieria  Type: tall Height: 36-40″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongu… Read More
Zeylanica 14 Image
Zeylanica 14
Sansevieria  Type: tall Height: 34-38″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongu… Read More
Zeylanica 10 Image
Zeylanica 10
Sansevieria  Type: tall Height: 26-30″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongu… Read More
Golden Hahnii 6 Image
Golden Hahnii 6
Sansevieria  Type: birdnest Height: 7-8″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tong… Read More
Hahnii 6 Image
Hahnii 6
Sansevieria  Type: birdnest Height: 8-9″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tong… Read More
Hunny Bunny 6 Image
Hunny Bunny 6
Sansevieria  Type: birdnest Height: 8-9″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tong… Read More
Jade 6 Image
Jade 6
Sansevieria  Type: birdnest Height: 8-9″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tong… Read More
Robusta 6 Image
Robusta 6
Sansevieria  Type: medium Height: 10-12″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s ton… Read More
Robusta 8 Image
Robusta 8
Sansevieria  Type: medium Height: 18-20″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s ton… Read More
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Robusta10
Sansevieria  Type: medium Height: 18-22″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s ton… Read More
Laurentii 6 Image
Laurentii 6
Sansevieria  Type: tall Height: 18-20″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongu… Read More
Laurentii 8 Image
Laurentii 8
Sansevieria  Type: tall Height: 24-28″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongu… Read More
Laurentii 10 Image
Laurentii 10
Sansevieria  Type: tall Height: 26-30″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongu… Read More
Laurentii 14 Image
Laurentii 14
Sansevieria  Type: tall Height: 34-38″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongu… Read More
Zeylanica 6 Image
Zeylanica 6
Sansevieria  Type: tall Height: 18-20″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongu… Read More
Zeylanica 8 Image
Zeylanica 8
Sansevieria  Type: tall Height: 24-28″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s tongu… Read More
Futura Superba 10" Image
Futura Superba 10″
Sansevieria  Type: medium Height: 18-20″ Light Requirements: low to bright light/indirect sun The Snake Plant, also known as mother-in-law’s ton… Read More