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Thread: Snake plant issue

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    I was told a snake plant was easy to maintain. However the leaves/stems are falling down. What am I doing wrong?

    Is it too much water? if so, how often do you water them. Would Miracle Grow help?

    Do I need to start talking to it
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    I was told a snake plant was easy to maintain. However the leaves/stems are falling down. What am I doing wrong?

    Is it too much water? if so, how often do you water them. Would Miracle Grow help?

    Do I need to start talking to it

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    What's the sun situation where your plant is kept?
    See this one:https://www.youtube.com/shorts/puFi7YrCg_4
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    Sounds like overwatering if they are falling over. I believe they need very little water so only water when they first few inches of soil are totally dry. When you water it you should deep water so runs through drainage hole which you should have in your container. Itís like my orchid, I water it once in a whore but only a few tablespoons at that time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ciel21 View Post
    What's the sun situation where your plant is kept?
    See this one:https://www.youtube.com/shorts/puFi7YrCg_4
    @Ciel21 thank you for this link!
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    Quote Originally Posted by harbie View Post
    Sounds like overwatering if they are falling over. I believe they need very little water so only water when they first few inches of soil are totally dry. When you water it you should deep water so runs through drainage hole which you should have in your container. Itís like my orchid, I water it once in a whore but only a few tablespoons at that time.
    @harbie thank you! I think I do overwater it, and since its in a large container, I don't think its' properly draining.
    I'm going to ignore it and keep my fingers crossed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by barbis9 View Post
    @harbie thank you! I think I do overwater it, and since its in a large container, I don't think its' properly draining.
    I'm going to ignore it and keep my fingers crossed.
    Keep this post updated with the results
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