Was given snake plant about 6 yrs ago. It was thriving. Had new growth come up from soil. Now leaves are drooping and shivelling. I only water once a month with 1 cup of water. Plant was in direct light in window and have had very hot summer. I have moved plant out of the direct light. Can I save this plant?
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Yes, these plants will not usually tolerate bright light like this. Cut any dyeing growth back, and possibly even water maybe twice a month. They are drought tolerant, they do like to be a little moist on occasion. Definitely not wet, but slightly moist. Here is an article for further information on the care of the plant: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/snake-plant/snake-plant-care.htm