I have used the water method to root cuttings from my snake plant. Now that they have roots, should I let the stalks dry out before I plant them in dirt, or pot them right away? I am worried about root rot. I have had the same snake plant for over 12 years and my son was "helping" me take care of it by watering it without my knowledge. I managed to save several stalks and root them in water. But know I don't want to pot them wet and have the new roots rot. Thank you for any advice.
Potting After Rooting Snake Plant
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
Go ahead and pot them up right away into a small starter pot, approx a 5" pot would be a good size with a drainage hole.
Use a good quality potting mix.
I have listed a link with proper growing information.