Snake Plants

We recently bought a Mother-in-law plant for our son’s dorm room. He is noticing the plant is showing signs of splitting.

Zone 65109 | struemph4 added on March 11, 2019 | Answered

Is this from over watering?

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Answered on March 11, 2019

It would help to have a photo, but this can happen do to over, or underwatering, unfortunately. These should be allowed to dry out pretty thoroughly between waterings, as they are somewhat sensitive to overwatering.

For now, this article will give you more information on their care:

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