Sansevieria are also known as snake plants or mother-in-law tongues are excellent house plants for beginners. They can tolerate even the darkest corners and even can thrive in artificial light.
Even though these plants can tolerate limited sun they do need to be exposed to some form of light all day, whether it be florescent light, grow bulbs or even indirect sun from a nearby window. Do not leave them in a dark room.
These incredible plants can also withstand periods of drought for the forgetful plant owner however too much water will cause the roots to rot.
Pot not exactly as illustrated. Grown in a plastic grower pot.
Snake Plant laurentii
This variety grows to be between 1 to 2 meters tall and has dark green foliage with a yellow margin.
Snake Plant Moonshine
The silvery green foliage on this variety has broad and thick leaves. Growing to be about a meter tall at full maturity this plant has become a popular addition to many plant collections.
Snake Plant zeylancia
The variegated foliage of zeylancia and the tall growth makes this snake plant very popular to rooms that need height but cannot offer the sun for a small house tree. The silver stripes against the dark banding make this variety very attractive.
Snake Plant fernwood
Short growing snake plant perfect for a desk or side table. Great for lower light locations that need a bit of green.