In this post, I am going to share tips on how I repot a snake plant and other useful growing tips. It is such an amazing experience to pop open a container this durable houseplant has been growing in. You will no doubt find a surprise each time.
Repotting the Snake Plant
This video was so much fun to make because It was super real-time. I had no idea what was going to be in the original container when I opened it. Be sure to comment on the video to let me know what you think of the container I end up using to display the plant in my home.
This video is on my YouTube Channel @brenhaas. If you have trouble viewing it please send me a message on my contact page.
Items in the video include
- the portable potting table I found on Amazon.
- Snake Plant
- Containers I used were a recycled pot that you can find at garden centers and buy in bulk on Amazon.
- Promix Potting soil I purchase at Menards. This soil is the perfect easy to transport mix for potting because it doesn’t hold moisture like many potting soils.
I highly recommend checking out the Houseplant Handbook to grow plants indoors successfully. I wrote about this publication on my site and use the book daily.
About the Snake Plant
The houseplant identification names are bowstring hemp, devil’s tongue, good luck plant, Mother-in-law’s tongue, snake plant, and Sansevieria trifasciata. The evergreen succulent has upright, sword-like leaves. The plant during the wintertime should be kept barely moist. In summer water thoroughly but allow to become slightly dry. Be sure to only transplant when the plant totally fills its pot with roots and steams. This may take 2-3 years indoors.
What I love about the Snake Plant
- LOW LIGHT
- LOW MAINTENANCE
I just love my snake plants indoors. I have tried a few in my dome and so far they are doing very well even in the cool winter conditions.
This is one of my favorite containers to use indoors. Once again, I wish I would have bought more of these when I spotted it locally. What do you think of this post?
More House Plants On My Website
Below are a few of my current shares about houseplants I recommend. These post include growing tips and creative ways to display them. Much like the snake plant share you will want to get a few for your home and garden.
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Not only is this a compact houseplant it is perfect for most any home. The curly spider plant or Chlorophytum Bonnie is by far one of my favorite plants to enjoy year-round. Check out fun growing tips and more from my personal experience.
What do you think of the snake plant? I love the name…
After making the video in this post I really hope it inspires you to try some new plants indoors. Leave comments on this post or reach out to me on my contact page for more details.
Happy Snake Planting,
Thku Bren, container drainage – I learned from ur video is very important in a decorative container. Love the container, and ur Dog. SQ
Thank you for stopping by my site today Susan. This really is a great plant as long as you don’t over water! I share more about my daily adventures with Oliver my pup on my site at Olivers’ page. I will try and do more photos of him on that link.
There are some steps to repot a snake plant. Step 1: prepare your tools and remove the snake plant from the pot. Step 2: prune the roots of the snake plant step 3: loosen the soil inside the root ball and cut the pups. Step 4: fill the pot with a potting mix. Step 5: replant the snake plant. Step 6: water and place them in a bright covered area without direct sunlight.
Thank you for stopping by my website and sharing about the Snake Plant. I have some new updates to share soon!