This hardy plant, now dracaena, previously classified sansevieria, is an ornamental, succulent-like, plant that grows upward. Often called “snake plants,” these do best by drying out and can handle a little neglect. They are a fan-favorite because they are capable of adjusting to many environmental conditions, and can withstand missing a watering or two. It is important to have quick-draining media to prevent any standing water that can lead to root rot or damage. This particular variety is known for its green banding with edged yellow banding, and flat, sword-like, leaves and can grow upwards of 2.5’ tall. Allow your media to completely dry between watering to prevent potential root rot.