An attractive perennial distributed in Swaziland and South Africa, from the the Eastern Cape Province to Kwazulu Natal, in coastal forests and grasslands. Its slender, weeping leaves form dense tufts to 60 cm in height and the flower spikes are adorned with tiny, star-shaped, white flowers with long yellow stamens.
Chlorophytum saundersiae is quite hardy, tolerates moderate freezes and should do well in most warm-temperate climates. In cultivation, it prefers a place in full sun or moderate shade. Germination: Cover slightly with substrate: coir or sowing mix + sand or perlite. Keep bright and constantly moist but not wet. Germination takes 2-6 weeks.