Comes with 2 (two) plants in a single pot
If you think the only type of plant you can keep alive is made of plastic, think again. Sansevieria (commonly known as the snake plant) is a very tolerant plant that is hard to kill. It can survive low light levels, drought, and generally being ignored. They will even reward your neglect by helping to clean the air in your home.
Historically, Sansevierias have been treasured in Chinese, African, Japanese and Brazilian cultures. In China, they were kept near entrances inside the home because it was believed that the eight virtues could pass through. In Africa, the plant was used to manufacture fiber, valued for its medicinal qualities, and used as a protective charm against bewitchment.
The genus was named for Raimondo di Sangro, Prince of Sansevero, a faithful patron of horticulture in 18th century Italy. Its common name is derived from the wavy stripe pattern on its leaves. Not only does the snake plant have roots in history, but it is also a popular decor element for a multitude of spaces.