How to Repot and Care for a Snake Plant
One of the best and easiest things you can do to keep your houseplants healthy & thriving is to repot them. As a plant grows bigger above the ground, so do the roots in the soil. Repotting into a slightly larger pot helps keep the roots healthy & happy. Happy root means happy plant.
Even if you want to keep it in the same container, it’s still a good idea to repot about once a year. Some houseplants will get a much needed boost from new soil, having depleted the existing soil of all nutrients it can offer.
One of our top rated nurseries, myperfectplants.com, has put together this easy, step-by-step guide to repotting a snake houseplant, also known as Mother-in-Law’s Tongue.