Green Honey Snake Plant
Also known as: Snake plant, Mother in Law's tongue, Viper’s bowstring hemp, Bird’s Nest Snake Plant, Sansevieria trifasciata 'Green Honey'
This Sansevieria --recently reclassified as Dracaena-- is a from the "Bird's Nest" Sansevieria family. It has a bit of a pineapple look to make you think of summers in Hawai'i sippin Mai Tais and oiling up to roast in the sunshine. Unlike Hawaiian plants though, this cutie doesn't need much sun and its capable of surviving while you're on your IRL vacation.
Care: Ignore it and water it whenever you think of it. Maybe twice a year. Keep it in a dark corner or in direct light. It really is not fussed.
Note: Slight cosmetic imperfections can be found on most varieties of sansevieria (especially older specimens) and scarring on leaves are a natural feature for them
Note: Plants are living things and variation is to be expected (celebrated even). The plant you receive won't be exactly the same one as pictured, but we do everything possible to make sure it is representative and that you won't be disapointed. Heights are approximate and include the pot. Any pots or hands featured in the pictures aren't included.