Mother in laws tongue Sanseiria
The mother-in-law's tongue (sansevieria trifasciata) is a very popular house plant that originates from West Africa. It goes by names such as viper's bowstring hemp, Saint George's sword, or snake plant, but don't confuse it with the nassauvia serpensIt. This beautiful evergreen has long, stiff, and dark-green, vertical leaves, which feature striking light-green bands.
Mother-in-Law's Tongue Provides Many Benefits:
It can be kept outdoors in warm climates, or, if you live in a cooler part of the world, it can be an indoor plant.
It is very tolerant to low light levels but equally as happy in sunlight.
Frequent watering is not required.
It absorbs toxins, such as nitrogen oxides and is great for improving indoor air quality.
Beginners can work with it as it doesn't require much maintenance and grows quite quickly.
Occasionally, this plant will sprout small, white flowers—usually when it is a few years old. How beautiful!