Repotting Snake Plant: 6 Signs- Learn How to Repot With Ease



We’ll cover signs to look for and guide you through the process step-by-step, including what supplies you’ll need and tips for a successful repotting.

If you’re not sure whether your snake plant needs to be repotted, here are signs to look out for:

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6 Telltale Signs: When to Repot a Snake Plant

The Roots Are Growing From the Drainage Holes

The unmistakable indication that it’s time to give your snake plant a fresh new home is when its roots begin to peek out from the drainage holes at the base of its pot, like little green escape artists yearning for more space.


The Soil Drains Too Quickly

Another sign that it’s time to repot your snake plant is when the soil drains too quickly. Snake plants prefer well-draining soil that holds some moisture but not too much.


The Pot Is Cracking

A crack in your clay pot not only detracts from your snake plant’s beauty but can also jeopardize its well-being. So, it’s time to give the plant a fresh start in a new pot. Unfortunately, a cracked pot can also lead to root rot, which can be fatal for your plant.


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