Lights, Water, Action
Get your plants ready to slay!
Bright to medium light
Water once a week
Where to grow
Fertilizer/ feed for the plant: Feed your Snake Plant a balanced houseplant fertilizer monthly from late spring right until fall. Do not fertilizer your plant in winters.
Repotting : You will need to repot your snake plant every 2 to 3 years as your plant starts getting taller and bigger.
Propagation : The easiest way to propagate is by dividing your snake plant. Use a sharp knife to cut the main plant in half at the main rhizome through the root and replant these halves. You can also propagate this plant by leaf-cutting.
1. Why is my snake Plant drooping?
A root rot is the main cause for drooping of your Snake Plant.
2. Why is my Snake Plant not growing?
Root rots due to overwatering is the most common reason for your Snake Plant to not grow. In this case cut any rotting roots and repot your plant.
3. Why is my Snake Plant turning yellow?
Snake Plant leaves turn yellow because of a lot of reasons. Yellowing of the plant is caused by overwatering or under watering. Excessive fertiliser or too little light also can cause yellowing.
Style and Décor
Light Requirements :Sansevierias prefer indirect and steady sunlight. This hardy plant can also tolerate low light and high light. Make sure to keep the Sansevieria away from direct sunlight to prevent your plants from burning.
Locations :Snake Plants prefer bright corners with indirect sunlight. Living rooms, bedrooms, shaded balconies, office desks are locations that your plant will love.
Styling/décor tip :Sansevierias look good alone or grouped with other foliage plants too. This dwarf variety is perfect for your worktables, side tables and bookshelves. The beauty of a snake plant is that it will compliment any space. Our décor experts suggest using placing the snake plant in our beautiful in-house planters and group it with plants of contrasting foliage to instantly up the beauty quotient of your homes.