Snake plants (or mother-in-law's tongue) are one of the most popular and hardy houseplants. An architectural species, it features stiff, upright leaves that range from one to eight feet tall, depending on the variety. Snake plants usually have green banded leaves, while the variety called mother-in-law's tongue typically features a yellow border.
Light: As we’ve mentioned, snake plants are very hardy options that are easy to care for. While they can withstand full sun and handle low light, indirect sunlight is ideal for a snake plant.
Water: Snake plant can easily rot so make sure the soil is well-drained and don’t water it too much (especially in winter). Allow the soil to dry in between waterings. As they originate from arid deserts, these plants do well in sandier soils.
Sansevieria (Snake Plant) Large
10" Pot, 3' Tall