Why Are My Snake
Curling? 10 Main Reasons Explained
When these resilient, leathery leaves curl, your plant is trying to tell you that something is wrong.
Check your plant for the following problems to diagnose what might be causing the leaves to curl.
Snake Plant Leaves Curling
Snake Plants are native to the hot, dry environment of West Africa, where they are drought-resistant succulents, so they don’t need continuously moist soil like some plants.
Some indoor potting mixes with a high percentage of peat will gradually become compacted over time. This can cause them to become hydrophobic and repel water rather than absorb it.
Since all varieties of Snake Plants grow slowly, you won’t need to repot your plant very often – maybe once in 3 to 5 years.
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