The air inside the average home is up to five times more polluted than the air outside. While moderately alarming on a certain level, it’s really more of a catalyst for making positive changes in one’s life that not only freshen up the air, but also allow us to more intimately connect with nature - not merely when we’re outside, but in the comfort of our own living and working spaces. The remedy? Air purifying plants, of course.One of the top air purifying plants identified by NASA, Sansevieria removes at least 107 known air pollutants. They also produces copious amounts of oxygen throughout the night, making it an excellent plant to keep in the bedroom. Best of all, Sansevieria is an extremely resilient species that can go for weeks without water and seems to thrive in just about any space, including those with low light.They are extremely easy to care for and thrives in our hot tropical climate.
- Small: 14cmØ by 30cmH
- Large: 16cmØ by 60cmH
Light: Partial Sun / Shade Loving
Fertilizer: Keep me in top form and boost leafy growth by feeding me once every month with nitrate-rich fertilizer (foliage fertilizer)