Draecana trifasciata was known before as Sansevieria, is a tough, hardy and enduring succulent from Africa which makes a very strong and bold statement in the modern garden. Commonly known as Mother-in-law's tongue or Snake plant or Spear plant, it's upright, fleshy, lance-shaped leaves stand tall and bold in pots and containers both indoors and out in bright sunlight or deep shade, such is the adaptability of this wonderful Sansevieria trifasciata plant.
The leaves of Sansevieria trifasciata are green with horizontal bands of prominent grey marbling along the length. A variegated leaf form with a yellow margin is sold under the name of Sansevieria trifasciata 'Laurentii'. Perfect for most pots and containers you will never go wrong with a Mother-in-Law's Tongue! The Snake plant thrives in sandy soil. When watering Mother-in-law's tongue, allow soil to dry out before the next watering. Don't allow water to accumulate in the middle of leave rosette.
Fine Lines Landscaping sells Snake plants to individual home owners and property developers in Fourways, Randburg, Roodepoort, Sandton, Midrand, Centurion, Pretoria, Boksburg, Edenvale, Kempton Park and Hartbeespoort. In general Fine Lines Landscaping supplies Snake plants to all suburbs in Gauteng and parts of North West provinces.
Due to frosty winters in recent years, its advisable to cover freshly planted small Snake plants with frost covers in winter to minimise loss of plants.
The Snake plant can be ordered online or through a WhatApp message or phone call or email or by visiting us at the nursery. Deliveries are either done on the same day or next day or next possible day depending on availability of the plants.