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The Snake Plant Laurentii, or Sansevieria trifasciata ‘Laurentii’, is a succulent plant characterized by its upright sword-like leaves with vibrant yellow edges. It is popular for its incredibly easy-going nature – it can tolerate low light and drought – and its air-purifying capabilities. The easiest way to kill this plant is to over care for it!
Arrives in a nủey grow pot
Model is 1.84 m wearing
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