Dracaena trifasciata is the most common type of sansevierias in indoor floriculture. Due to its unpretentiousness, it is widely used for adding a green touch to home interiors, office spaces, and other public places.
The snake plant is a tropical plant which comes from Africa. A rosette of three-lane sansevieria can have up to six leaves. The original species' mature leaves are dark green in hue with pale transverse streaks. The leaves can grow up to 12-50 inches (30-120 cm) long and 1-4 inches (2-10 cm) wide. The leaf is flat, lanceolate, smooth, and taper upwards before ending in a spike.