The plant pictured to the right is fresh from our nursery and is an accurate indication of the size and quality that you will receive.
Please note: as standard our plants arrive in a plastic nursery pot and the ceramic pot pictured comes with an extra charge.
Our house plants are all grown in optimum conditions to ensure healthy, happy plants. Your plant will be sent directly from our specialist tropical nursery based in England.
Plant Theory has sustainability at its heart. That means that every house plant will be delivered in eco-friendly packaging that doesn't compromise on protection.
The intuitive box design is totally plastic free and optimised to keep your plants safe in transit, without unnecessary harm to the environment. The cardboard packaging is fully recyclable to deliver you a more eco-conscious product.
We believe that anyone, regardless of ability can successfully grow their own plants at home, and do so in an eco-friendly and sustainable way.
Everyone should have the chance to experience the benefits that plants bring to our lives, and we have put a lot of effort into making sure that all of our products are easy to grow, even for beginners.
Sustainability is at the heart of our ethos and we have done everything we can to ensure that all of our products are as sustainable as possible, be it our plastic free, fully recyclable packaging, GM free seeds or ethically sourced compost.
Snake plants can tolerate most levels of light so experiment with positions around the house; it will be happiest in bright light. These plants are used to dry conditions, originating from places like Africa and South Asia. The main thing to avoid is having your plant standing in water as this will drown the roots.
A good water once every two weeks is usually enough to keep it happy. You want the soil to be moist but not soaked so allow any excess water to run out through the drainage holes of the nursery pot, leaving it 10 minutes or so to drain before returning to the display pot.
Make sure that the top 2 inches of soil dry out between waterings and the frequency of your watering can be further even reduced in the winter, allowing the soil to completely dry out between waterings.
For a great introduction to houseplant care please read our blog below.