Sansevieria – also known as “mother-in-law’s tongue” – is a very common houseplant, with characteristic large green leaves.
It’s precisely these leaves that enable it to be propagated effortlessly and with a procedure that can be easily reproduced even at home.
So let’s see how it’s done.
Using scissors, cut a Sanseveria leaf at the base.
Then divide it into several pieces and mark each one to form a triangle.
Fill a vase with perlite, then insert the leaves cut side down into the soil.
It will take about 45 days for roots to form.