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American Plant Exchange Sansevieria Trifasciata Laurentii Easy Care Air Purifying Live Houseplant, 3Gal, 34-36", Yellow

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Description

Also nicknamed Snake plant and Mother-In-Law's tongue this beautiful houseplant has elegant green, yellow, and black upright sword-like leaves
Snake plants are very low maintenance and thrive on neglect in tight spaces with little water in very low light, shade, or indirect sun
This plant is good for you; A NASA study identified Sansevieria as one of the top air-purifying plants to remove chemicals in your home
As one of the few plants that release oxygen during the night, it may help you sleep better when placed in the bedroom
Measures from 24 to 26 inches from the bottom of the pot to the top of its leaves; ideal for desks, counters, and windows sills in the home or office

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