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Pollution Control Combo / Sansevieria Hahnii Gilt / Sansevieria Trifasciata 'Twister /Sansevieria Hahnii High-Color / Sansevieria Hahnii Compacta

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Indoor Plant
Air Purifying
Do not eat me!
Low Maintenance

What's special?

Sansevieria Hahnii Gilt:

The Gilt Edge plant has yellow margins and short leaves that look like tongues. Their foliage forms compact rosettes of grayish green.

Sansevieria Hahnii High-Color:

It is one of the most popular and hardy species of houseplants. These are some of the toughest indoor plants you will find, with their sturdy, spiky leaves that range from six inches to eight feet tall. Snake Plants usually have green striped leaves, whereas the variety commonly known as Mother-In-Law's Tongue has a yellow border.

Sansevieria Hahnii Compacta:

The Snake Plant Green Compacta is grown for its attractive foliage. Dark green leaves with light green stripes across, which are stiff and shaped like swords. This houseplant grows to only about 6 inches in height and width. Highly drought tolerant, the Snake Plant Green Compacta is forgiving and extremely adjusting to its conditions. It grows in low light conditions and doesn’t mind being neglected.

Sansevieria Trifasciata 'Twister':

It is a dwarfed variety of the Sansevieria type. This indoor plant has green and yellow variegated foliage. The plant gets its name from the way the leaves curl around to give a twisted effect. It grows to a height and width of about one to two feet altogether.

Did you know?

Sansevieria was a treasured plant first cultivated in China. The Chinese believed that the eight gods granted various virtues to those who grew the snake plant.

Sansevieria is one of NASA's Top Ten Air Purifying plants. Although these plants are not gentle and soft to the touch, they have a certain personality and look good as part of a plant cluster. These plants have a modern look and are long-lived. They thrive in either very bright light or almost dark corners of the house. The Sansevieria is also drought-resistant and can thrive on very little water for long periods.