A university scholar instructed me that she loves her snake plant. Snake plant is a straightforward houseplant to develop. Other widespread names are bowstring hemp (fibrous leaves) and mother-in-law’s tongue (comparability to sharp margins of leaves).
This school scholar has moved from dorm rooms to residences a number of occasions, and the plant has survived the sunshine in several places. It has additionally survived dry air, fluctuating temperatures and irregular watering.
Formerly Sansevieria, now Dracaena trifasciata, this succulent is a perennial within the Asparagaceae household from western tropical Africa. It has thick upright leaves (18 to 30 inches tall) banded with gray-green or yellow.
In a research by NASA on houseplants and air high quality, snake plants decreased natural chemical pollution.
— Katie Martin, UC Marin grasp gardener