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Zone Im not sure...live in Texas..between Dallas and Fort Worth | liz1950 added on March 19, 2014 | Answered

I left my snake plant outside in Texas. We had hot and cold season, so it got a slight freeze. My leaves are half drooping and half up. Should I cut off drooping part or should I cut down to bulb and repot? They need to be repotted anyway. Please help. Thank-you. Liz

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Answered on March 21, 2014

The drooping leaves sound like they may have been damaged by cold. The plant has to grow new leaves anyway, so your best bet is to cut droopy leaves down to the soil level, and replant. Snake plants are pretty hardy, it should regrow.

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