Snake plant, started getting some yellow spots, now leaves are falling over and very thin where yellow is. I have tried multiple times to upload and it won't take.
I suggest repotting in soil for succulents and reduce watering. Remove the yellow leaves. Snake plants are usually pretty tough but will succumb to overwatering. Make sure the soil is dry between waterings. Also, even though they will tolerate low light, they do better with moderate light and may even flower.
Does that container have drainage holes? If not, you may want to consider one with drainage holes. Snake plant needs well-draining soil that is on the dry side.
I have a snake plant grown fully in water. Some people advise me to leave the water level low… while others advise me to keep water level higher. So which is right? I have a pot of snake plant in a small glass filled with small pebbles and water. The roots rotted. I am now leaving the plant without pebbles in a different glass jar without pebbles.
You don't need pebbles to root anything. They may have had bacteria that caused the roots to rot. The water doesn't need to be very high, about one-fourth as high as the cutting, which only needs to be 4 or 5 inches. Don't forget to change the water every few days to prevent the buildup of bacteria. This article will help:
I have a snake plant (with roots) left in a glass cup filled with pebbles (example of the glass jar: image 67205121). The roots rotted (image 67171073). Why did the roots rot? Was it the level of water? Too much? or too little? Was the pebbles the cause? Too many pebbles causing a lack of oxygen? I am currently leaving the snake plant with roots rotted in another glass jar without pebbles (image 67211777)... what should I do to promote the growth of the roots of the snake plant in water?
You don't mention if you are changing the water? Change it every two or three days to prevent the buildup of bacteria. Also, some people let the cutting callous over before inserting it in water to help prevent rot.
Snake plants root easily in soil or sand. You can cut the leaf, let it callous for a few days, then insert it in succulent soil that has perlite added for more drainage.
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
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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