This great spiky Sansevieria looks like a living javelin in the wild where it grows in Kenya and Tanzania, where we‘ve seen it reach heights of more than 8 feet. These plants came from material originally collected north of Mangea, Kenya. Dimorphic, the seedlings have little strap-like leaves like Sansevieria hallii and then the mature leaves are cylindrical with a significant channel on one side. The mature leaves have some markings but generally are a dark green. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.