What's in a name? The Sansevieria is also known as a "Snake Plant" or "Mother In Law's Tongue" due to how sharp the points are at the end of its spear-like leaves. This plant is perfect for anyone who finds it hard to remember to water their plants. These plants thrive in drought-like conditions, so you'll want to make sure you're only watering once every month or two. Snake plants require minimal pruning or fertilizing, making them ideal for the office. Desk Plants offers four varieties of sansevieria: the smaller Birds Nest Sansevieria, the taller Sansevieria Laurentii, the Black Coral Sansevieria and...
My full name is Epipremnum Aureum, but you can call me Pothos or Devil's Ivy (because I'm so hard-to-kill and I retain my bright green leaves in low-light!). I come in all different colors, including the Golden Pothos, Neon Pothos, Pearls and Jade Pothos, and Silver Satin Pothos varieties that Desk Plants sells. I am a perfect hard-to-kill house plant because I’m an effective communicator: when I droop or slump, I’m usually telling you that I need water. Besides that, just keep me out of the cold and in some medium light (artificial light is fine!) and I’m a happy camper. If you...