Snake Plant/ Mother-in-law's tongue
Styled in Finch Pot
Renowned as the "mother-in-law's tongue" or "snake" plant, Sansevieria is one of the hardiest plants around. As a low-maintenance plant, it can survive with little water and light, and survive indoors or outdoor. Its pointy looks can add height to a bench space.
To propagate Sansevieria, take the plant out of its pot and divide the rhizome (root crown) into parts. Make sure you leave enough root system for each part you divide.
The only thing to avoid with Sansevieria is poor-draining soil or sitting in water. It can causes root rot and kill the plant. Other than that, it is almost an easy care, beginner house plant.
Sansevieria Trifasciata Laurentii
Size (Can grow to)
Max Height 1.5m. Max Spread 1-1.2m or wider if planted outdoor.
Resilient indoor/outdoor plant and will survive from low-light to shade to full-sun conditions.
Low to medium Requires very well draining soil.