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Description Sansevieria trifasciata
English: This plant is called "Snake plant" or "Mother-in-Law's tongue" in English.
Français : « plante serpent » ou « Langue de belle-mère »
Svenska: Svärmors tunga, Bajonettlilja.
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Author Martin Olsson (mnemo on wikipedia and commons,

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current18:21, 15 June 2005Thumbnail for version as of 18:21, 15 June 20051,944 × 2,592 (497 KB)MnemoThis plant is called "Snake plant" or "Mother-in-Law's tongue" in English. Scientific name is "Sansevieria trifasciata". It's called "Svärmors tunga" or "Bajonettlilja" in Swedish. Categories: Flower, agave plant, pot-plant, potted plant. Image taken and
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