One of the hardest plants to kill that is known for its excellent air-purifying properties, Snake Plant or Mother-In-Laws tongue can survive both indoors & outdoors. It is a delight for first-time plant parents and can thrive with ignorance as well. A seamless addition to any corner of the house and even workspaces, it’s easy to maintain and take care of.
Snake Plant is an excellent choice for indoor houseplants, especially for apartments with low-light conditions. It's a 'Hard to Kill' but 'Easy Grow' plant. This plant is low on maintenance and is often seen in corridors and corners of the living room and is ideally a BEDROOM PLANT.
Of all the top oxygen plants that clean & filter air, the snake plant takes lead as it converts CO2 (carbon dioxide) to O2 (oxygen) at night, making it ideal to have several in your Bedroom, living room, and study room. It needs moderate watering (Once in 2 weeks).
Snake plant is a dwarf variety of the famed snake plant family, the Sansevieria Golden hahnii sports beautiful variegated leaves in grey-green with dark green bands and golden yellow margin. Its compact size makes it an excellent choice for office desks and small spaces. If a prize were available for the most tolerant plant, the snake plant would certainly be one of the front runners. These plants can be neglected for weeks at a time; yet with their strappy leaves and architectural shapes, they will look fresh.
It is best to be put in corners where it stands tall without demanding too much attention.