Every now and again - just whenever you remember - give their leaves a light wipe to keep their pores free of dust.
Moisture in the air will help keep Sharon's leaves green and fresh. This is easily done by misting her about once a week.
Most light conditions
Sharon loves moderate to bright light, while Susie will thrive in almost all light conditions (though not a windowless room). More is better, but anything is fine.
Susie is a superb plant for the bedroom because she stores oxygen during the day, then releases it all at night.
Sharon (Chamaedorea elegans, 40-50cm)
Susie (Sansevieria trifasciata, 35-45cm)
Sharon - Yes
Susie - Mildly toxic if ingested
Concrete pots 13cm
About Susie & Sharon in pots
Susie - Her long, slender leaves earned her the common name snake plant. She has a really stylish sculptural shape that works in any interior. She hardly ever needs watering and she’ll work with whatever light you have, from shade to sunshine.
Sharon - Known as the parlour palm, Sharon was popular in Victorian society because she coped well in their dark, sooty homes. If she can cope with that, she’ll cope with anything. Her plentiful fronds give your room a tropical vibe.
The set also includes:
Concrete pot x 2 - Clean design and honest materials. That’s what these minimalist concrete pots are all about. When the design is this simple, the finish has to be perfect.