This beautiful Snake Plant was passed down to me and I shared it with a friend. It has grown amazingly well by the front door window, with little care. Mine has bloomed before, but not this year. I visited my friend a few weeks ago and her plant was blooming. The tiny white flowers along upright stalks remind me of honeysuckle blooms.
Now about 4 ft. tall, it was started from a small bunch of cuttings 8 years ago. Steadily multiplying blades have filled the clay pot. Many older blades have been cut off at the base to keep the plant looking new and compact.
Happy Hen & Chick soaking up rare rays of sun due to rainy, overcast early January.
They have lived in this salvaged strawberry pot for 5 years. The clay is falling apart and I haven’t dared move it.
These are third generation plants given to me by a friend. There are many, in containers and the yard, thanks to amazing hardiness and multiple “babies” from the mother plant. They love sun and take the heat of Georgia summers. The rosettes are interesting even in winter. While dark purple now, they will change to vivid green this summer.