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Search Add New Question What type of light does this plant prefer? wikiHow Contributor Bright light will make the plant grow faster, but it can handle low light conditions, it will just grow more slowly. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 14 Helpful 86 Why are my leaves turning yellow, and how do I remove them? wikiHow Contributor It has been over-watered. Unless they are really sick-looking leaves, just leave them. Don't water so much, and they should perk up again. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 2 Helpful 23 My plant has three little plants sprouting up alongside the big plant. Can these be removed and planted separately? wikiHow Contributor These types of little plants can usually be planted separately. Just make sure they have their own root systems before planting. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 4 Helpful 30 Do the babies grow up to be the size of a normal snake plant? wikiHow Contributor Yes. The snake plants tend to grow slowly, but the plant stalks are usually the same height when fully grown. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 5 Helpful 32 My sansevieria is flowering. Do I need to cut the flower off? wikiHow Contributor No, you don't, unless you have allergies to the pollen. When it is flowering, the plant is giving off more oxygen, so this is beneficial. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 19 Helpful 65 What do I do when it starts falling over in the pot? Dan Boehlke Horticulturist Either you are watering too much and rotting the roots, or you have it in too dark a location and it isn't producing enough roots to hold it up. Place in a warm, bright area with no direct sun (or brief morning sun) and very little water, especially in fall and winter. Fertilize (half-strength balanced) only during warm, bright weather in spring and summer. At this time you can water a little more, but always allow to dry between watering. Repot when stems fill the pot. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 3 Helpful 17 Can you plant Sansevieria in a large pot with other succulents and place in sunny position and extreme winds on occasions? wikiHow Contributor Yes, but not with extreme winds. No plant should be subject to winds, even trees get blown over. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 12 Helpful 33 Can I split a snake plant in half and replant it? wikiHow Contributor No, but you can replant it using cuttings. Cut off a single leaf at the base, then cut it into 3 or 4 sections, each at least two fingers wide. Stick the cuttings upright into succulent-friendly potting medium in a small or medium sized pot. New plants will grow from these cuttings. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 28 Helpful 59 What can I do to get my snake plant to bloom? wikiHow Contributor Be patient but don't get your hopes up, as snake plants rarely bloom. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 7 Helpful 18 the leaves on my sanseveria dried up and fell off, new shoots coming up. Is it OK? wikiHow Contributor The plant might've been in shock from over-watering or placement change, it's regenerating. Be sure to water very little (about once a week), and give indirect sunlight/little sunlight. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 2 Helpful 4 Show more answers

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