Snake Plant- Dracaena trifasciata
The Snake Plant is the low-maintenance house plant every novice plant parent needs. Not only does it claim a top spot in NASA’s Clean Air Study, but the Snake Plant is also a succulent plant that tolerates minimum fuss.
Prefers bright, indirect light and can even tolerate some direct sunlight. However, they also grow well (albeit more slowly) in shady corners and other low-light areas of the home.
Do not water too frequently. Let the soil mostly dry out between waterings do not tolerate soggy soil well; they tend to develop root rot. Water from the bottom of the pot, if possible. This encourages the roots to grow downward and deep, helping to stabilize the thick, tall leaves
Adaptable to any humidity level.
Use a well-draining potting mix.
If root rot occurs due to overwatering, remove any dying leaves and allow the plant to dry out more than usual. Snake plants are resilient and typically recover. However, if the plant continues to die, remove it from its pot, discard of any rotted roots and leaves, and repot in fresh soil.
Brown spots, crispy tips
Thirsty plant, low humidity
Yellow and brown leaves
Snake Plant are very effective at cleaning the air, decreasing the impact of airborne allergens and removing toxins. Only very mildly toxic to pets.