How Often to Water a Snake Plant? Watering Secrets From a Pro: 101



Snake plants (Dracaena trifasciata, syn. Sansevieria trifasciata) are one of those “indestructible” houseplants that need very little care. 

These handsome, stemless plants with leaves that  grow from the soil are succulents that store water in their thick leaves and fleshy rhizomes.

So, How Often to Water a Snake Plant to Keep It Healthy?

During the spring and summer months, that could mean once a week. During the cooler months, that could mean every 14-21 days.

Unleash the Secret to Perfectly Watering Your Snake Plant

Like all houseplants, Snake plants need basic conditions for growth – light, warmth, humidity, soil, and water. One of their strong points as houseplants is that they are adaptable to variations in these conditions.

6 Growth Conditions That Influence Snake Plant Watering

- Light - Temperature - Humidity - Soil - Type of Pot - Water

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