Sansevieria Snake Plant Pack (6 Plants)

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Snake Plants, or Mother-in-Law's Tongue, as they're sometimes jokingly called, are some to the top air purifying plants, and the need of the hour, no matter where you live in India. If you don't know which air purifiers to buy, close your eyes and go for the NASA recommended plants. What's better, is that they, are known to give oxygen at night. Do we need to give you anymore reasons to get these plants home. Our Sansevieria pack includes - 

1 x Snake Plant Compacta

1 x Snake Plant Superba

1 x Snake Plant Moonshine

1 x Snake Plant Boncel

1 x Golden Snake Plant
1 x Snake Plant Samurai

We may interchange the plants with the seasonal health of the plant. 

How to Care for Sansevieria Plants

We've curated this pack keeping busy gardeners in mind, because none of these plants ask for too much. 

Light - Keep them in bright spot. A dark corner is no good for any plant. If you're one of the lucky few people who has sunlight at home, that's great. But even a well lit spot is good enough.

Water - Snake Plants will be happy with even one thorough weekly watering.

Feed - Any feed including organic plant foods once a month will do.

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Pradeep
Nice plants

I got nice healthy plants sent in coco peat in small pots. 2 plants had some leaf damage due to transit. Otherwise plants are healthy with well developed roots. Beauty of my balcony garden

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Reena advika
Making fool to customer

They send 3 same and 3 different even they they show six different verity in site . If they don’t hVe why not they mention out of stock.

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Steve
Repellent

Hi,
Just wanted to know if these were snake repellent plants

Not particularly. They're called snake plants because of the shape of their leaves.

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Rakesh
WOW!!

Wow! That was my reaction when I got the little babies from Root Bridges. All six of the snake plants were nicely packed and were quite large plants. I was expecting small plants. They were in plastic pots growing on coco-peat and that helped as no root was injured when taking them out. Now they have a position of pride in my Balcony.

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