Chlorophytum orchidastrum is an ornamental plant that belongs to the family Asparagaceae. It is also known as the Fire Flash Plant due to its striking appearance, with long, narrow, green leaves with a central orange-white stripe and margins that give it a fiery look.
Chlorophytum orchidastrum is native to Africa and can be identified by the common names Sierra Leone Lily and Orange Spider Plant. It typically grows up to 12-18 inches (30-45 cm) in height and spreads out to form a clump of leaves up to 18-24 inches (45-60 cm) in diameter.
You can identify Fire Flash based on its distinct leaves. The leaves are long and narrow, with a central orange-white stripe and margins, giving them a striking appearance. They grow in a rosette pattern from the center of the plant and can reach up to 12 inches (30 cm) in length.
The flowers of Fire Flash are small, white, and tubular, and they grow on long, thin stems that emerge from the center of the plant. The flowers appear in the summer months and can last for several weeks. The plant produces small plantlets or "pups" at the base of the plant, which can be removed and planted separately to propagate new plants.