Snake Plants

Snake Plant Brown Dry Leaves


Anonymous added on April 14, 2018 | Answered

Hello. I propagated some snake plants from healthy mother leaves. I waited until the offsets were very tall, then separated them from the mother leaves, waited 2 days, then potted them each in separate containers. I am using coir + perlite. Now, all new leaves coming up on the offset plants are green at the bottom but otherwise mostly brown and dry. I water only when soil is dry and plants are near a window. What is happening to the new plants? Thanks


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Downtoearthdigs
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Answered on April 14, 2018

Hello. I propagated some snake plants from healthy mother leaves. I waited until the offsets were very tall, then separated them from the mother leaves, waited 2 days, then potted them each in separate containers. I am using coir + perlite. Now, all new leaves coming up on the offset plants are green at the

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