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How to Update Your Space with Easy to Take Care of Plants
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Instantly Refresh Your Bedroom with Easy to Take Care of Plants

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Our vote for best bedroom plant EVER is the snake plant!
 
We’ve spent most of the last 5 months at home so that means home projects! A couple of weekends ago we started working on fixing up our bedroom and wanted to share about the perfect plant we are using refresh our space. 
 
Snake Plants are one of the absolute easiest plants to take care of and they can actually take care of us!
Some of our favorite features include:
  • No light needed! This means no matter your light situation in your room, these are great plants to add in
  • They are actually succulents, not house plants so they need very little water - you only have to water them every couple of months
  • Snake Plants filter out toxins in the home and are NASA certified clean air plants (1. Who doesn’t love clean air? 2. How cool is it that these plants are NASA certified?)
  • They release oxygen at night, unlike most plants that release oxygen during the day. Our favorite place to put snake plants is our bedside table for that little oxygen boost at night
 
Fun Facts:
  • Snake Plants are native to West Africa (ranging from Nigeria to the Congo)
  • Sansevieria Rifasciata yields a strong fiber which was once used to make bowstrings
  • The Snake Plants we grow in our greenhouse are called Bird’s Nest Sansevieria, also known as Dwarf Sansevieria that grow in a smaller rosette shape rather than the well known ridged, upright look
  • Other well known nicknames include Saint George’s Sword and Mother-In-Law’s Tongue
 
Our Top Snake Plant Care Tips:
  • Be sure to use succulent soil to avoid holding too much water to the roots. We’ve developed our own soil, specific to cactus and succulent needs. Find it here.
  • These guys are very sensitive to overwatering and show this through drooping leaves, the opposite of most plants
  • Watch out for wrinkled leaves - this means the plant is a little thirsty.