Sansevieria trifasciata – Snake plant, Mother-in-law’s tongue



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South AfricaSansevieria trifasciata Snake plant, Mother-in-law’s tongue

Indigenous; 1 - 1,5m
Planting position: Full sun or semi-shade.For temperate to tropical regions.
Requires watering when dry.Well-draining, compost-enriched soil, mixed with bone meal.Spring dressings of manure.
Propagate from division.

This clump-forming herbaceous perennial is both easy-to-grow and to maintain.Known for its long, erect sword-like leaves that are dark green with silvery bands.

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