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Image of Sansevieria trifasciata

James H. Schutte

(Good Luck Plant, Mother-in-law's Tongue, Snake Plant)

This selection of the familiar houseplant Sansevieria trifasciata has erect, silver-gray, sword-shaped leaves with green, chevron-shaped cross-bands.

Sansevieria trifasciata (commonly known as mother-in-law's tongue) is a tender evergreen perennial from Tropical West Africa. Its fibrous, succulent leaves arise from thick fleshy underground rhizomes which spread to form large clumps. Elongated clusters of fragrant greenish-white flowers appear under ideal growing conditions,...

Image of Sansevieria trifasciata

James H. Schutte

(Good Luck Plant, Mother-in-law's Tongue, Snake Plant)

A different twist on the familiar houseplant Sansevieria trifasciata, this dwarf cultivar of mother-in-law's tongue forms low rosettes of arching, contorted, olive-green leaves with gold margins and dark green mottling.

Sansevieria trifasciata (commonly known as mother-in-law's tongue) is a tender evergreen perennial from Tropical West Africa. Its fibrous, succulent leaves arise from thick fleshy underground rhizomes which spread to form large clumps. Elongated clusters of fragrant...

Image of Sansevieria trifasciata var. laurentii photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Goldbanded Snake Plant, Mother-in-law's Tongue, Snake Plant)

This popular variant of the ubiquitous houseplant Sansevieria trifasciata has erect, silver-gray, gold-edged leaves with dark green cross-bands.

Sansevieria trifasciata (commonly known as mother-in-law's tongue) is a tender evergreen perennial from Tropical West Africa. Its fibrous, succulent, dagger-shaped leaves arise from thick fleshy underground rhizomes which spread to form large clumps. Elongated clusters of fragrant greenish-white flowers appear under ideal growing conditions,...

Image of Sansevieria trifasciata var. laurentii

Mark A. Miller

(Snake Plant, Twist Dwarf Sansevieria, Twist Goldbanded Snake Plant)

A different twist on the familiar houseplant Sansevieria trifasciata, this dwarf cultivar of mother-in-law's tongue forms low rosettes of arching, sickle-shaped, gray-green leaves with gold margins and dark green cross-bands.

Sansevieria trifasciata (commonly known as mother-in-law's tongue) is a tender evergreen perennial from Tropical West Africa. Its fibrous, succulent leaves arise from thick fleshy underground rhizomes which spread to form large clumps. Elongated clusters...

Image of Sansevieria zeylanica photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Good Luck Plant, Mother-in-law's Tongue, Snake Plant)

The deep-green coloring of the Ceylon bow-string plant distinguishes it from the popular variegated forms commonly sold as house plants. This tough, clump-forming, evergreen perennial is native to Sri Lanka (once known as Ceylon) and the Indian mainland. Its fleshy, upright, dagger-shaped leaves are horizontally banded with attractive mottling.

Elongated clusters of fragrant, greenish-white flowers appear only under ideal conditions. It will grow in almost any soil or exposure although over-watering...

Image of Saraca indica photo by: Kai Yan/Joseph Wong, Flickr Contributor

Kai Yan/Joseph Wong, Flickr Contributor

(Ashoka Tree, Sorrowless Tree)

It's believed Buddha was born under the sorrowless tree, one of Southeast Asia's most beautiful flowering trees. This evergreen tree becomes rounded with a large trunk and sturdy, wide-reaching boughs. Vulnerable to extinction in the wild, it naturally grows in the rainforests from India and Thailand south to Indonesia's Java.

Sorrowless tree's leaves are compound, each with four to six pairs of pointed oval leaves. Newly emerging leaves are flaccid (like handkerchiefs) and coppery pink, slowly...

Image of Schefflera actinophylla photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Octopus Tree)

Tropical rainforests of the Northern Territories of Australia, New Guinea and Java are home to the evergreen tree, Schefflera actinophylla, also known as umbrella tree or octopus tree. This tender plant is often grown as an interior tree or house plant.

A large tree or small shrub, umbrella tree tends to grow multiple trunks. The leaves are usually grouped at the ends of the trunks. They are large and roughly circular with several to many oblong, wide, shiny, light-green, finger-like...

Image of Schefflera arboricola photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Arboricola, Dwarf Umbrella Plant, Hawaiian Schefflera, Schefflera)

Hawaiian or dwarf schefflera is a medium to large evergreen shrub which is native to the subtropical forests of Taiwan. The glossy green leaves are hand-shaped (palmate) with seven to eleven leaflets radiating out from a midpoint. The leaves are arranged all along the stems, which are waxy, succulent and green when new, becoming tan and semi-woody when old. The stems can mildly warp around objects as they grow, becoming a pseudo-vine. If the leaves or stems are crushed or cut, a pungent fragrance...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Dazzle Dwarf Schefflera, Dwarf Umbrella Plant, Hawaiian Schefflera, Schefflera)

Variegated Hawaiian schefflera ‘Dazzle' is a large, vine-like evergreen shrub native to subtropical forests of Taiwan. The decoratively blotched glossy green and light yellow hand-like leaves cover dense stems and smell of pungent fresh black pepper if crushed or pruned. In tropical climates it produces elongated flower clusters which mature to cascading clusters of showy maroon-orange to black berries.

Hawaiian schefflera is often used as a landscape shrub in warm, frost-free areas and as an...

(Dwarf Umbrella Plant, Gold Capella Dwarf Schefflera, Hawaiian Schefflera, Schefflera)

Hawaiian or dwarf schefflera is a medium to large evergreen shrub from the subtropical forests of Taiwan. The glossy green leaves of the cultivar 'Gold Capella' are marbled and blotched with creamy yellow variegation. The leaves are hand-shaped (palmate) with seven to eleven leaflets radiating from a midpoint. The long-stalked leaves are arranged all along the stems, which are waxy, succulent and green when new, becoming tan and semi-woody when old. The stems can weakly twine around objects as they...