Sansevieria the Perfect Houseplant for Low Light

June 4, 2018

Struggling to keep your indoor houseplants alive? Sansevieria, also known as snake plant or mother in law's tongue, are great for low light conditions.

Sansevieria spp., ‘Fernwood’ is compact with thin leaves.
PC: Leslie F. Halleck

If you plan to grow your succulent collection tucked away in an office, a grow closet, or another out-of-the-way space, you might choose an LED with a more limited spectrum (pink-colored light).

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