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- Our pre-potted plants come ready-to-display in premium soil with a starter pack of Miracle-Gro® Plant Food. Small plants arrive in a 5 inch diameter pot.
- Low-maintenance - AKA really hard to mess up
- For best results, let the soil get a little dry between waterings. Only water when the top two inches of soil feel dry to the touch. Pour slowly, counterclockwise, to evenly soak the roots
- Thrives in low humidity and lots of sunshine (but doesn’t mind low and artificial light)
- Plant food included
Smooth Ceramic Pot
- Simple and oh so stylish
- Material: Ceramic
- Color: White
- Dimensions: 5.75” x 5.25”
- All of our plant containers come with drainage holes and a saucer tray (to keep your plant happy and your surfaces dry)
Why We Love Them
This guy is a classic for good reason. Tall and compact, the long, spear-shaped leaves of the Snake plant draw the eye upward, adding height without taking up a lot of space. Adaptable and hardy, it thrives even with a touch of neglect (okay, we admit it, we forget to water ours now and then and it’s still going great).
Don’t let the name fool you. The Snake plant is a real charmer. First cultivated in China, it was believed that the eight gods bestowed their virtues – beauty, long life, prosperity, intelligence, art, poetry, health and strength – upon those who grew the plant. With its lush two-tone design, it’s certainly beautiful in any space (we can’t promise the other stuff, but it’s worth a shot!)
Due to state restrictions, we are unable to ship plants to ID, HI, or AK.
How to Care for a Snake Plant
Snake plants are rather low maintenance and a resilient succulent varietal. It is recommended to water your snake plant every 2 to 8 weeks, depending on the soil mix and pot size. When watering indoor plants, make sure to stick to a watering schedule. For example, it might need less water in the winter than in the summer, when the sun is more intense.Be cautious to not water your snake plant too much, because soggy soil can lead to root rot. Perfect growing conditions for snake plants are indirect, low-light conditions. Some snake plants may tolerate direct sunlight once they become adapted to it.