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The Easiest Method for Properly Repotting Your Snake Plant + 5 Signs You Need To

Sansevieria, commonly known as snake plants, are easy-care houseplants suitable for novice gardeners. Despite their low maintenance requirements, there are a few issues that may arise when cultivating these plants.

Several of these are caused by a root-bound plant. Snake plants don’t mind being congested in a pot, but they eventually need to be repotted. Repotting your snake plant, fortunately, is a simple task. You only need 15 minutes of your time, a fresh pot, and some potting mix you created yourself.

Let’s start with making certain your snake plant needs a new pot. Not every plant needs to be repotted, and doing so can be stressful for the plant. Never repot without first checking for these indicators.

Here Are 5 Signs It’s Time to Repot Your Snake Plant.

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1. Roots are sprouting from the cracks in the drainage system

This indicates that the roots have nowhere else to grow, driving them out the bottom of the container. The roots have probably already colonized the majority of the pot, leaving little room for further growth.

Roots are sprouting from the cracks in the drainage system
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