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Q.My Snake Plant Developed Droopy Leaves After Watering

Zone Citrus Heights , California, 95621 | Anonymous added on January 15, 2024 | Answered

My snake plant which is placed in my outside corridor developed droopy leaves after watering , what should I do and should I bring it inside now shocking it

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Answered on January 16, 2024

This is a sign of overwatering. Does the container have drainage holes? Had you recently watered? If the soil is saturated and will not drain, go ahead and repot it in fresh soil for cactus plants. If you leave it in saturated soil, it likely will develop root rot and succumb. You don't need to bring it inside unless temperatures are dropping.

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