Sansevieria, or commonly known as Mother-in-law’s tongue is a plant that, unlike other air purification plants, is a night oxygen producer, which makes it ideal for a bedroom.
The great advantage of the Mother-in-law’s tongue is also easy maintenance. So it will work well in the shady and sunny part of the room. The only condition is that the room temperature does not drop below 10 degrees Celsius. It does not require much worry, so it is a good choice for those who often travel or are forgetful about watering flowers. This plant does not require too much moisture. Water in the summer when you notice that the soil is dry, and in the winter you can almost stop watering.
The Mother-in-law’s tongue will tolerate dry and moist air. But do not hold it directly in front of the fan or air conditioner.
Mother-in-law’s tongue is reproduced in spring seed or by transplanting. It’s easy to transplant because it has a shallow root. Simply pull the whole plant out of the pot, separate the shoot from the shoot with the sharp husband. And then plant them individually.
It makes all this Mother-in-law’s tongue an ideal plant for beginners.
Usually, it is considered that 6 – 8 leaves of a Mother-in-law’s tongue enough for a bedroom per person. To improve the quality of the air you breathe. This is a fairly cheap way of purifying the air. Especially in bedrooms where it is always delicate to plant any kind of plants. While most plants take oxygen out of the air at night, and for this reason, they are not recommended for sleeping areas. The Mother-in-law’s tongue gives oxygen at night. It also purifies many other toxic particles from the air.
As NASA states, this plant is probably the best to absorb some of the toxins in the air. Which include nitrogen oxide, xylene, formaldehyde, benzene, and even trichloroethylene.
In addition, this houseplant is quite resistant, so it takes a small amount to keep it healthy. Despite its ability to remove toxins, the mother-in-law’s tongue will also be useful to keep it in your bedroom because it can produce oxygen at night.
The snake or the mother-in-law language, otherwise called the “room”, is probably the most ideal approach to treating asthma problems. It reduces sleep problems.