How do you revive a mushy snake plant?
Snake plants prefer bright indirect light and can develop brown spots in direct sunlight. To revive a dying snake plant mimic the conditions of its native range with infrequent watering, indirect light, and maintain a warm temperature to prevent cold stress.
Why is my snake plant bendy?
Home gardeners often complain about their snake plant leaves falling over or bending randomly. This condition is caused by overwatering, lighting issues, or incorrect repotting practices. Like all types of succulent plants, the mother in law plant stores water in its leaves.
Why is my snake plant not firm?
The most common cause of droopy snake plants is over watering. Snake plants don’t need to be watered too often – they can go six weeks between watering sometimes!