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.