The snake plant is a succulent plant native to Australia. It is also called ‘Carnation’. It belongs to the family Apocynaceae. The name snake plant derives from its habit of growing with its body bent to one side. It can be found in moist soils and dry regions.
The snake plant is a succulent plant with thick fleshy stems. It can be found in moist soils and dry regions. It can grow up to 3 feet tall and has a thick fleshy stem. It can survive temperatures ranging from -15°C to 45°C.
The snake plant is an annual herbaceous plant. It flowers once per year in spring. It produces a racemose inflorescence with yellow flowers. The flowers have a four-lobed calyx. The flowers are bell-shaped, white, and have five petals.