Sansevieria trifasciata is a species of flowering plant in the family Asparagaceae, native to tropical West Africa from Nigeria east to the Congo. It is most commonly known as the snake plant and mother-in-law's tongue among other names.
These are striking plants, the mature leaves are dark green with light gray-green cross-banding and usually range from 70–90 centimetres long and 5–6 cm wide If they are kept in small pots this will restrict their growth. they are clump forming outside. When these plants mature in age and size they make a great feature point within living rooms, hallways and offices and are said to have the best air purifying properties.
Water sparingly , once a week in the growing season liquid feed once every other month and allow to dry out a little between watering. Don’t allow it to sit in water or it can from root rot.
Size refers to pot size, plant size may vary.
Plant varieties and quantities in store are dependent on market prices and availability.
We try to keep good availability of these plants at all times – however we only buy what looks good, strong and healthy when we go out shopping to our growers.
This ensures plants are healthy and robust when they come to live with you.
We keep a range of plants in stock that we know will perform for you, whatever your space, but please be patient with us if we don’t have everything in stock all of the time!