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Product Code: 101160
Living Art
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Known for its long name and distinct look, the Sansevieria Trifasciata becomes an instant work of art when placed in a sleek wall box frame. Also called a “Snake Plant” for the thick, curvy leaves and unique markings it bears, this lush green succulent is sure to get noticed wherever it’s displayed.
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Known for its long name and distinct look, the Sansevieria Trifasciata becomes an instant work of art when placed in a sleek wall box frame. Also called a “Snake Plant” for the thick, curvy leaves and unique markings it bears, this lush green succulent is sure to get noticed wherever it’s displayed.

  • Sansevieria Trifasciata, or “Snake Plant,” arrives in a MATERIAL pot displayed in a wooden wall box frame
  • Available in 3 colors: black frame with COLOR pot; white frame with COLOR pot; brown frame with COLOR pot
  • Frames measures 13.25"H x 3"W x 7"L
  • Measures overall approximately 16.25"H each

 

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