Sansevieria, or sansevieria (Sanseviera zeylanica) of the agave family, is considered one of the most hardy plants. This plant is also called "mother-in-law's tongue" or "snake skin". It is considered practically indestructible and unpretentious.
In winter, they are kept at a temperature not lower than +15 degrees. C.
Preferably a brightly lit or semi-shady place and light soil.
Watering is moderate, the plant does not tolerate waterlogging of the soil.
The plant is undemanding to air humidity.
You can transplant in the spring every year or less often - as the earthen coma is filled with roots.
Propagated by cuttings or leaf cuttings.
height - 50 cm, pot diameter - 20 cm.