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If you're looking for an easy-care houseplant, you can't do much better than snake plant. This old-fashioned houseplant is still popular because of how adaptable it is to a wide range of growing conditions. Most snake plant varieties have stiff, upright, sword-like leaves that may be banded or edged in gray, silver, or gold. Snake plant's architectural nature makes it a natural choice for modern and contemporary interior designs. You can grow snake plant in just about any room of your home. While it tolerates low light, snake plant grows fastest in bright conditions. Take care not to overwater it -- allow the top inch of the potting mix to dry in between waterings. Note: Snake plant is somewhat poisonous and can cause irritation if you come into direct contact with the sap and have sensitive skin.
Above 50°F (10°C)
Allow the top inch or two of the potting mix to dry before watering snake plant.
To 4 feet tall and 3 feet wide.
Snake plant is not intended for human or animal consumption
Fertilize snake plant every 2 to 4 months.
Offices, bathrooms, low light dining and living areas
Exceptionally easy to grow