Snake Plants

Snake Plant

Anonymous added on July 3, 2015 | Answered

I have a snake plant indoors in a dimly lit area; it has been doing fine (about 1. 5 yr old) until now. It has mushy bottoms and they appear rotting and fall over. I water this plant only once month. If I do not water, the soil becomes so dry that some of the stalks fall over too. What am I doing wrong? I do not have a lot of natural light in house so, therefore, I thought this plant would work well. Would appreciate your input.

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Answered on July 4, 2015

Check the roots for root rot and repot in new potting soil. This article will help:

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