Mother-in-laws Tongue (Bedroom Plant)

Posted on June 24th, 2020


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  • Converts CO2 into O2 at night
  • Ideal plant for your bedroom
  • Easy to maintain, comes in a 10-inch white plastic pot
  • Approximately 2-3 feet tall, a very healthy specimen
  • Grown in special mixture of coco-peat and other products that reduce the need to water


The Sansevieria (mother-in-law’s tongue or snake plant) is a great bedroom plant as it gives more oxygen at night relative to the day and hence, is suitable for your bedrooms. No air purifier in the world can reduce carbon dioxide and increase oxygen levels. Only our plants can do this. These plants are grown in a special mixture of coco-peat and other products that reduce the need to water the plants and reduce the chances of mold growth indoors. So, bring home this natural air purifier and ensure a healthy indoor environment. Combine this with the right air purifier to keep the indoor air as good as possible.

Recommended Quantity:

  • 6 waist-high plants per person in the bedroom

Tips for Maintenance:

  • Wipe the leaves (both sides) regularly with a wet sponge (only water) to clear out the particles lodged in the stomata of the leaves
  • Can be grown into a larger plant or trimmed to keep to the present size
  • Feed well from spring to autumn and always keep the potting mixture moist
  • Keep in a partially shaded spot and avoid direct sunlight
  • Water occasionally in winter
  • Mist leaves if in a heated room
  • Minimum temperature: 10 degrees celcius
  • The plants indoors should not be over-watered
  • Cats and dogs love to eat these plants but they are not pet-friendly
  • Keep in a pot with a drainage hole sitting on a saucer, or if planting in a container with no drainage hole, put some gravel at the bottom for drainage

Product Details:

  • Pot Height: 25.4 cm
  • Pot material: Plastic
  • Pot Color: White

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