10" Sanseveria Laurentii
An excellent choice for very low light, but can also be grown in moderate light or bright light that will enhance the white/cream-colored streaks in its leaves.
In spring and summer, let the soil almost dry out before watering, then thoroughly soak it. In winter, water once every month or two. The lower the light intensity, the less watering they will require. Snake plants hate overwatering!
It is commonly called the snake plant, because of the shape of its leaves, or mother-in-law‘s tongue because of their sharpness. They usually do not need repotting for 3-4 years or until the plant cracks the pot it is growing in. Because of its great nature of thriving and surviving with pure neglect, many people find this plant wondrous to have in their homes. It needs very little care.