Sansevieria ehrenbergii, also known as blue sansevieria, is a flowering plant which grows in northeastern and eastern tropical Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. It occurs notably in proliferation along the Olduvai Gorge in northern Tanzania.
Sansevieria ehrenbergii is a fruticose, perennial, succulent with or without stem, sometimes forming dense stands. The leaves arise from a prostrate rhizome, and are up to 3 metres long, 2-ranked, 4-7 in number, rigid and succulent when mature, deeply channelled on the upper surface, margins red, apex spine-tipped. The flowers are grey-green tinged with red and are produced on a leaf-less axis up to 2 metres long. The fruit is a green to orange globose berry. Sansevieria ehrenbergii is easy to grow and tolerate a wide range of conditions.