What is the name of this plant.

by Patrick J Pascual
(Montreal, Canada.)

To whom it may concern,
I found this picture on the internet but no description was available. I would love to know at least the name, so I could google it and find out where I could get the plant.
Thank you so much for your kind help.

Drought Smart Plants reply:

Hi Patrick - that seems to be the newest member of my collection which is really appealing - Sanseveria cylindrica - even the name is fun to say. You may be familiar with the old fashioned 'Mother In Laws Tongue' plant, or Sanseveria trafasciata, and also called Snake Plant (due to it's similarity to a snakes tongue maybe?) which this species is related to.

I don't have any for sale for now, possibly in a few years, but at least knowing what it is will help you find other suppliers of succulents.

Happy Succulent Gardening!


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