#stopkillinghouseplants Snake Plant

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It’s time for another #stopkillinghouseplants post!!

AS SEEN ON the @HOUSE_FUR INSTAGRAM FEED . . . 

I am on a mission to get more peeps confident in keeping their houseplants alive for longer than the car ride home! #stopkillinghouseplants

Every Monday for the month of July, I am sharing some of my favorite houseplants, why I love them, and my quick care tips!

It is no secret that my doggies and my houseplants have changed my life! Caring for my houseplants has taught me to slow down and appreciate life!!

I hope my #stopkillinghouseplants series can help you end your stint as a houseplant serial killer.

 

🌿 Sansevieria (AKA Snake Plant or Mother in Laws Tongue) 

 
Description:  The Snake Plant is an interesting looking & practically impossible to kill houseplant! I recommend this plant to anyone who is a previously a serial houseplant killer. The Snake Plant is tall and stalky and is so shiny it almost looks fake! While most plants take away oxygen at night, the Snake Plant will give off oxygen at night. The Snake Plant also filters formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, xylene, toluene, and benzene from the air.
 
 
Why I Love It:  I love it because it reminds me of Mad Men & my favorite era of design; Mid-Century Modern. 
 
 
My Quick Care Tip:  Snake plants love to be ignored! The soil should dry between watering,s and they need even less water during the winter. If possible, try to avoid getting leaves wet when you water. 
 
 
Buy it Here: You can probably find Snake Plants at your local Home Depot or farmer’s market, but if you are looking for a more mature o,n you can buy one online. 

Did you miss the other posts from earlier this month from the #StopKillingHouseplants Series?? Check them all out HERE. 

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