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Sansevieria Aubrytiana is a perennial succulent plant. It is commonly known as Father in law’s tongue or Snake plant. This variety can be recognized by the long glossy leaves with marbled effect. The leaves are wider than a typical mother in law’s tongue plant. This stemless plant is hardy and easy to grow.
Sansevieria Aubrytiana is a close relative of Sansevieria Kirkii. The leaf pattern of both these plants is very similar. However, S. Aubrytiana has more upright leaves and smooth edges.
Sansevieria Aubrytiana is a part of the genus Dracaena from the Asparagaceae family.
- Father In Law’s Tongue
- Acyntha Bracteata
- Sansevieria Bracteata
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