A snake plant is the go-to choice for our black-thumbed friends. The laurentii has yellow stripes on the outer edge of each leaf.
Sansevieria are famous for being hard to kill and easy to love. They can tolerate low light, drought, and periods of being forgotten. They won't even get mad and will still keep cleaning your air.
This dude will tolerate low to bright Indirect light. Pick a spot and let it get comfy.
Your sansevieria is a succulent, so it holds moisture in its leaves. Wait until the soil is completely dry to water.
A sansevieria can handle a wide range of humidities. Average househould humidity is ideal.
Pests & Problems:
These guys are easy to care for, but will rot If overwatered. They are not prone to pests, but if you see spider mites just rinse them off and increase humidity. Mealy bugs can be removed with an alcohol soaked q-tip.
Nope. Can be toxic.