Sansevieria Francisii is a unique species that looks and grows strikingly different from many commonly known Sansevierias. It is also little known than a typical snake plant. This plant produces densely packed rows of leaves on its stem. When the stem is fully stacked, stolons are created from the stem of leaf base.
Leaves grow in 5 distinct rows on a stem that are tightly arranged in a spiral shape. They are short, round and have brownish-red and white pointed tips. The green foliage has greenish-gray horizontal wavy stripes. Each leaf has 1 shallow channel and 4-6 dark green vertical lines.
Stem of this plant can grow up to 2 feet, while each leaf grows about 6 inches long. Flower stalks are around 1 feet tall.