Sansevieria trifasciata

… Or commonly known as snake plant or mother-in-law’s tongue. Such a beautiful flower, but how I hated its common name especially the latter. If you are following my blog then you would probably know why.

Snake plants rarely show its bloom. And when one day these plants that were taken for granted at my MIL’s house side yard showed off its beauty, my grouch aunt paraded her fake loving side to take care of these downtrodden livings…Such a pain.

Anyway, old folks believed that when this plant will show their bloom, then it’s some lucky time for the grower, unfortunately I’m not the grower, I'm just a passer by  day-in, day-out, so I’m in no luck I would suppose.


10 comments

  1. Oh My gosh! I have never ever seen one in bloom... what does that say about me??LOL Beautiful capture!

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  2. What a unique plant - great shot!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog. =)

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  3. They are like little star-bursts!!

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  4. Very special plant and too special in these air conditions I believe because I haven't ever seen that. I hope you some lucky eve you are just passer by:)

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  5. Very beautiful! Thanks for stopping by my blog:) Have a great weekend.

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  6. This is such an unique plant and flowers! Just beautiful..

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  7. Wow, never seen anything like it. Stunning!

    Erika B

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  8. Very unique and beautiful!Musta na mi Amiga, PR3 na ni imong blog, CONGRATS!

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  9. mao diay na bulak sa snake plant te? nakapalit ko last weekend lang.

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