Snake plant or Mother in law鈥檚 tongue isindeed a flowering plant. Though encountering these flowers is extremely uncommon,these hardy,ever-present houseplants can sometimes flower. The only exception is the a group of Sansevieria trifasciata 鈥楬ahnii鈥?aka. Bird鈥檚 nest.
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Do mother-in-law tongue plants flower?
You can own a mother-in-laws tongue (also known as snake plant) for decades and never know that the plant can produce flowers. Then one day, seemingly out of the blue, you find that your plant has produced a flower stalk.
How do you propagate mother in law tongue plant?
To propagate mother-in-law鈥檚 tongue plant from root division remove the snake plant from its container and shake off the dirt from the roots. Using sharp, sterile shears, cut the root (rhizome) into sections. Plant the new Sansevieria trifasciata plants in a pot with the appropriate potting soil.
What is the scientific name for mother in law tongue?
The botanical name for mother-in-law鈥檚 tongue is Sansevieria trifasciata. However, in 2017 botanists gave it the new name Dracaena trifasciata. Other common names for the plant include snake plant, viper鈥檚 bowstring hemp, and St. George鈥檚 sword. There are also many mother-in-law tongue cultivars.
When to repot mother-in-law鈥檚 tongue plant?
If you need to repot your Mother-in-Law鈥檚 Tongue plant, any time of year is fine, since this plant is sturdy. Snake plants are top heavy, so it鈥檚 best to use a container with some width, rather than one that鈥檚 only deep.