Sansevieria aethiopica from my own Sansevieria collection; one of my mother plants; very well established, already flowering; this/coming year I'm sure 1-2 new side plants will be added, not overfertilised therefore top healthy and robust (100% organic quality before quantity!). ), slow growing (with growth pause in winter), beautiful dark-green leaves; potted in a well-drained self-mixed organic substrate; repotting only desired in 1-2 years, white flowering (& fragrant), for a sunny/bright location, avoid waterlogging; Enjoy your new Sansevieria aethiopica!
All my Sansevierias from my collection (over 100 species) grow slowly, without being massively fertilised, with the growth pause in winter. As a result, they are top healthy, robust and simply look natural. Sansevierias are not hardy, as plants are meant to clean the indoor air and increase the oxygen content in the house.