5. MOTHER-IN-LAW'S TONGUE.  Also called the mother in law’s tongue, “snake plant” is easiest one to grow. This plant is extremely drought-resistant, enough to be the one to keep in your house if you forget to water.

19 Best Houseplants You Can Grow without Care

These 19 Easiest Houseplants are perfect for lazy, busy and newbies, who want to plant easy indoor plants that grow with minimal care.

6 plantas de interior que purificarán el aire de tu casa (segunda parte)

6 plantas de interior que purificarán el aire de tu casa

Snake plant (Sanseviera) aka mother in laws tongue. This plant can handle very low light levels, such as bathrooms without windows and dim inside corners.

Santos, Mother In Law Tongue, Plant Propagation, Indoor Plants, Interiors

Building Container Combos- Garden Design Magazine  by Nick McCullough

Plants shown here: Dichondra argentea ‘Silver Falls’ (silver ponysfoot), Tradescantia pallida ‘Pink Stripe’ (spiderwort), and Sansevieria trifasciata (mother-in-law’s tongue). Building Container Combos- Garden Design Magazine by Nick McCullough

Lengua de suegra, perfecta para interiores y exteriores y fácil de mantener.

Lengua de suegra - Really easy maintenance plant

Snake plant is a winner in low-maintenance situations. Silvery striations mottle the green swordlike leaves that stand at attention, making it a perfect plant for a vertical corner focal point in the bedroom. Snake plant is a succulent and can take low-moisture situations.

Best Houseplants for Bedrooms

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Structural Indoor Plant in square planters - super modern way to bring plants inside.

Flor de mi planta Lengua de Suegra.  Esta bellisima.

Flor de mi planta Lengua de Suegra. Esta bellisima.

Lengua de vaca o de suegra

Una planta perfecta para interiores con poca luz

Lengua de vaca o de suegra

Sansevieria - braided with trade name "dragon's tail" family Asparagaceae - asparagus plants subfamily Nolinoideae

Sansevieria - braided with trade name "dragon's tail" family Asparagaceae - asparagus plants subfamily Nolinoideae

This Cindy, is stunning!!!  design/photo: Cindy Davison

design/photo: Cindy Davison I didn't know that a snake plant can go out in the sun full

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