The Emerald Star has many similarities to other snake plant varieties but these leaves stay broad and compact making it a perfect specimen for small spaces. The beautiful sword-like, emerald green foliage is certainly eye-catching. Low maintenance, air purifying, and resilience - need we say more?
Grow Pot Size: 4” Overall Height Including Grow Pot: 10-15” Plant Care Level: Easy
This plant is perfect for beginners and those who love vacationing! The Snake Plant requires very little care.
Who is the Snake Plant ‘Emerald Star’? The deep emerald foliage stands out amongst the crowd. The ‘Emerald Star’ is a beautiful plant for your urban jungle.
Good For You! Sleep: Snake Plants create a calming environment and remove toxins from the air. This is a great plant for your bedroom to promote deep sleep.
Breath: You’ll always find Snake Plants at the top of any air-purifying plant list. They are excellent air-purifiers.
Is the Snake Plant ‘Emerald Star’ the right plant for me?
Snake Plants are extremely easy to care for. We recommend watering once a month and wiping the leaves every couple of weeks to prevent dust build-up. Snake Plants can tolerate a lot of different light levels which makes them a great addition to any home. Ensure you are providing it with some light as plants cannot survive in very dark spaces. With the vast variety of Snake Plants, you’ll surely find one that suits your style!
Pet Friendly: Unfortunately, Snake Plants are not pet-friendly. We always recommend keeping plants away from curious pets and children.
Location Suggestions: Snake Plants are perfect for large and even tiny spaces. Pick a variety that can fill up a grand living room or a small tabletop plant for your office or bedside table.
Prefers bright indirect light to low artificial light.
Water once a month or when the leaves have become slightly wrinkled. Allow the soil to become completely dry in between watering.
This can be done once every few years as Snake Plants prefer to be rootbound.
Well-draining soil medium.
Average from 65°F - 75°F
Follow a monthly fertilizing schedule when the plant is actively growing. In most cases, this is in the spring and summer. Use a balanced fertilizer - this means a ratio of NPK that is all the same. Ex: 10-10-10.
Remove any dead or damaged leaves by trimming or removing the leaves right at the base of the plant.
Wipe down with a damp or dry cloth once a month to remove dust.