No. I would not recommend live plants in a snake cage. The aesthetics will not last and you may risk complications to the cage environment.
It's all about function with snakes. Go with artificial plants if at all. Remember, most snakes would prefer very limited light and plants to thrive require much light.
just wanted to add this,i don't agree & i don't disagree with this.i think depending on what kind of herp is in that tank should be the decider.with cornsnakes at most they'll break a vine.i personally have never had a problem with the patho's and they do great in low light,however i have had problems with fake plants because of the metal wire thats in most of them,(only with the gtp's)there a bit rougher around the plants and the patho's also help my cages stay at a great humidity level.