Mother’s In Law Tongue Plant (Dracaena trifasciata) For Sale
Mother’s In Law Tongue Snake Plant (Dracaena trifasciata) for sale at best price in the market!
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Introducing the stunning Mothers-in-Law Snake Plant, a true gem for any plant enthusiast or home decorator. With its unique tall and spiky foliage, this plant is sure to impress and add a touch of elegance to any space.
This snake plant is a low maintenance plant that is perfect for those who are new to plant care or have a busy lifestyle. It is known for its air-purifying qualities, making it an excellent addition to any indoor environment. With its ability to filter out toxins and increase oxygen levels, it is ideal for bedrooms, living rooms, and offices.
The Mothers-in-Law Snake Plant is also incredibly resilient, able to withstand neglect and low light conditions. It is drought-tolerant and requires minimal watering, making it an excellent choice for those who tend to forget to water their plants.
Our snake plants are sourced from reputable growers and carefully inspected to ensure that you receive only the healthiest plants. With its beautiful variegated leaves and striking upright growth pattern, this plant is sure to be a conversation starter in any setting.
So why wait? Add the Mothers-in-Law Snake Plant to your collection today and enjoy its beauty and air-purifying benefits for years to come!
Mother’s In Law Tongue Plant Care Guide
- Climate: Warm & dry tropicalClimate.
- Soil & Potting Mix: Well drained soil or cactus potting mix, they hate waterlogged soil. Use potting mix prepared by mixing 30% river sand + 30% cinder media + 40% dung manure.
- Sunlight: Bright indirect sunlight throughout the day.
- Watering: Avoid watering regularly, let the soil dry completely before next watering.
- Fertilizers: Once after every 60 days you can add a handful of leaf compost.
- Bloom Time: Spring season.
- Propagation: Through offsets.
- Leaves turning black: Too much sunlight, place in low light area for sometime.
- Black spots & Wrinkling leaves: Overwatering, reduce watering frequency.
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