This is a Sansevieria that most of us have no problem identifying. The leaves are compressed-cylindric and grow quite erect but are somewhat flexible. The markings and color are similar to those of S. trifasciata. This species is very popular as a pot plant and thrives in sunny landscape. It can reach 5 feet tall, but is usually much shorter. Fan-like growth pattern is typical. Native to Angola.
*VIPP plants are braided