snake plant


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Synonyms for snake plant

stemless plant having narrow rigid leaves often cultivated as a houseplant

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Snake plants are great for beginners, but experienced houseplant growers also love them for their dramatic foliage and form.
Caring tips: One of the most tolerant plants, the snake plant can be neglected for weeks together and still look fresh.
It is easy to grow Snake Plant with variegated leaves that grow upright.
PERENNIALS: Crinum hybrids Alamo Village and Empress of India, butterfly ginger, spider lily, water lily, Missouri primrose, evening primrose, Baja primrose, tuberose, snake plant, rain lily.
Some plants adjust to seasonal differences, but plants that prefer direct light - asparagus fern, coleus, jade plant, schefflera, snake plant, Swedish ivy - should be moved to a south window where more light enters when the sun is low on the horizon.
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Further tests showed English ivy benefited smoking areas, and the snake plant cleared household cleaner smells.
This plant is also known as snake plant because of its sharpness.
During the study, they identified and measured the amounts of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emitted by four popular indoor potted plant species Peace Lily, Snake Plant, Weeping Fig and Areca Palm.
Schefflera, wax begonia, snake plant, king of hearts, prayer plant (God help us), she added them all to her indoor arboretum.
Snake plant (Sansevieria trifasciata), spider plant (Chlorophytum comosum) and cast iron plant (Aspidistra elatior) are relatively indestructible as well.
They're also known as Mother-In-Law, Tongue, and snake plant.
Common blooms, such as the snake plant, spider plant and golden pothos, are the most effective, US experts found in tests.
Also known as the snake plant, you may as well give up if one of these perishes on you.