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Succulent Snake Plant

Succulent Snake Plant

Description

Charming and easy to care for - this stunning succulent plant is perfect for experienced and beginner plant parents alike! A sweet snake plant makes a great gift for any occasion. This forgiving houseplant prefers bright, indirect light, but can also thrive in low light areas. It is also very drought tolerant, preferring to dry out completely in between watering - perfect for those with busy lives!





Includes:


• Premium Sansevieria "Snake Plant"


• 5" Diameter White Planter

Additional details

Features

  • Manually verified quality product
  • Great value for the price
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