Commonly known as snake plant
or mother-in-law's tongue, sansevieria are much more soothing to have around than either of their nicknames suggests.
2) Sansevieria trifasciata, or snake plant
, removes most of the toxins found in the air and purifies it by producing oxygen.
: Also known as Sansevieria, it is an ideal indoor plant as it purifies the air by removing toxins such as formaldehyde, xylene, toluene, and nitrogen oxides.
Baylor shows the best plants for each room from an aromatic jasmine to greet guests with a beautiful scent to an air-purifying snake plant
to freshen up the bedroom.
USE PLANT POWER Pop a snake plant
(aka mother-inlaw's tongue) on your bedside table.
Pop a snake plant
(aka mother-in-law's tongue) on your bedside table
Commonly called mother-in-law tongue and snake plant
, it tolerates a lot of neglect.
Put a snake plant
in your office or wherever you're most busy Offices and cubes can be some pretty sterile spaces, which can make it hard to stay motivated or feel content during the work day.
Also known as Mother-in-law's Tongue, the snake plant
is one of the few plants that gives out oxygen at night, thereby keeping you cool as well as absorbing a wide number of toxins from the air.
Also known as mother-in-law's tongue (I can imagine how it got that nickname!), snake plant
is seen in workplace foyers because it's hardy and an effective air purifier.
For example, try a snake plant
in a traditional looking um.
Here is the list, using their common names, from the NASA study: English Ivy, Spider plant, Golden Pothos, Peace Lily, Chinese Evergreen, Bamboo or Reed Palm, Snake Plant
, Heartleaf, Split-leaf and Elephant Ear Philodendrons, Weeping Fig (Ficus Benjamina), Cornstalk, Janet Craig, Warneckii and Red-edged Dracaenas.