Snake Plant Varieties

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The snake plant, or Sansevieria trifasciata, is a variety native to Africa and Asia. Also known by the peculiar name of Mother-in-Law’s Tongue, it is one of the most common house plants worldwide. The plant looks boldly at any area of the house it is placed in. The swordlike leaves and patterns are awe-worthy. Aesthetics … Read more

Snake Plant Flower

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If you’re looking for some amazing houseplants, take a look at the snake plant or mother-in-law’s tongue. This stick-straight species has narrow, dark green leaves and grows very nicely in low light. But if you want your plant to flower, there are a few things that you should know beforehand. There are many myths about … Read more

Snake Plant – Complete Care Guide

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Snake Plants are an all-time favorite when it comes to Indoor house plants. They look good, add flair to living spaces, and are highly recommended because they require relatively low maintenance. These plants are incredibly resilient and have some admirable qualities, making them an excellent option for beginners. Snake plants are adaptable in terms of … Read more

How to Make Snake Plant Grow Faster

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A snake plant doesn’t require a lot of maintenance. However, it doesn’t mean they can be left to grow and bloom. If you’ve recently bought a new snake plant and cannot wait for it to spread its long dark green and glossy leaves in the room, you need to adopt a few tips to make … Read more

Snake Plant Propagation

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The snake plant is among the top-ranked, easy-to-care houseplants for beginners. These plants have the curious nickname Mother-in-Law’s Tongue because of their pointed and structured leaves. Snake plants grow well if taken care of correctly. Here, we’ll go through every propagation technique in-depth and provide options for growing your favorite indoor plants. Let’s begin with … Read more

Snake Plant Problems

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Sansevierias, more commonly known as Snake Plants, are excellent indoor plants that purify the air by removing contaminants from the atmosphere. Although snake plants are resilient and simple to cultivate, growing them may still have difficulties.  Parents sometimes face difficulties, such as brown patches, root rot, wilting, or stunted growth, when cultivating or caring for … Read more

Why Are the Tips of My Snake Plant Turning Brown?

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If you’ve ever owned a snake plant, then you know it’s not an especially hard-to-care-for plant. That said, you can still do some things to help ensure that your snake plant stays healthy and grows as best it can. Knowing how to keep your snake plant from turning brown at its tips is one such … Read more

How To Treat Snake Plants with Root Rot

A picture of a snake plant, also known as mother-in-law's tongue, with its long, sword-shaped leaves reaching out of a pot.

If you have a Haworthia or Sansevieria plant, you know how easy it is to take care of. They don’t need much sunlight, water, or fertilizer. But one thing that can threaten your beloved snake plant is root rot. Luckily, there are things you can do to prevent this from happening—and also make sure that … Read more

Are There Any Other Plants Similar to Snake Plants?

A picture of a snake plant, also known as mother-in-law's tongue, in a white pot with a wooden background.

Snake plant is one of the most popular plants, and is often called Mother-in-law’s tongue plant because of its pointed long leaves. It has many benefits such as they are easy to grow, low maintenance and they can survive in low light conditions. Moreover, they also don’t require much watering which makes them perfect for … Read more

8 Causes of Snake Plant Leaves Splitting and Solutions

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Snake plants are a great addition to any home. However, if you’ve got one and you notice that the leaves of your snake plant are splitting, don’t worry! There are several things that could be causing this problem, and we’ll list them below. After identifying how your snake plant’s leaves are splitting (and hopefully preventing … Read more