sansevieria

NOUN
  1. grown as a houseplant for its mottled fleshy sword-shaped leaves or as a source of fiber
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  • If the bathroom is cold for most of the day, choose sansevierias (mother-in-law's tongue) - which will also survive in a poorly lit bathroom - or Nepenthes alata, a carnivorous plant with unusual hanging red traps.
  • Some other common indoor plants like African violet, jade plant and sansevieria are not poisonous but could cause stomach upset if swallowed. undefined
  • Sansevieria or bow-string hemp has been tested in Florida as a possible substitute for Manila hemp.
  • I thought someone had placed some sort of fake plant in between some of the flowers, but upon further inspection I noticed that it was indeed part of my sansevieria.
  • • Backdrop low, bushy plants like kalanchoe or Chinese evergreen against tall, spiky plants like dieffenbachia or sansevieria. How To Avoid Housework
  • • Backdrop low, bushy plants like kalanchoe or Chinese evergreen against tall, spiky plants like dieffenbachia or sansevieria. How To Avoid Housework
  • Actually in the agave family, there are many varieties of sansevieria that are exceptionally tough. About Today
  • Or like the funky forms of common houseplants that found themselves tragically dumped on the clearance table at the garden center for some reason or another, like this twisty sansevieria: Garden Voices
  • These include cactus, succulents, sansevieria, also known as bowstring hemp, and yucca, none of which is suitable for bathrooms.
  • Sansevieria or snake plantThe toughest of the tough guys, sansevieria is a snakeskin-patterned succulent, with upright, sword-shaped leaves. How To Avoid Housework
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