Light: Sansevierias can live in low light to bright direct sun. These are great plants to bring life to a low light space. However, more sunlight will create brighter color and richer patterns.
Temperature : Does not have any specific temperature requirements but will want to avoid temperatures below 50 degrees.
Watering: Allow its soil to completely dry out between waterings to prevent overwatering and root rot. This is a drought tolerate plant so you want to ensure you are not overwatering it. Let the water drain through the bottom, empty the saucer of any water, and then allow to dry out again. One of the only ways to kill this plant is to overwater it. When in doubt wait an additional week to water to it. Reduce watering during winter months.
Humidity: Average household humidity. Prefer drier environments.
Toxicity: Toxic to pets
Browning, yellowing leaves: suggests your snake plant has been overwatered or your plant lacks drainage.
If you’re unsure if the soil is completely dried out, wait a week before watering your snake plant – they are much more likely to suffer from overwatering than underwatering.
While the Snake plant is drought-tolerate this does not mean you can forget about it completely. If you accidently leave your plant soil dry for too long, you may see leaves go limp, droop, and possibly start to brown and curl. If this occurs give your plant a good soak.
Try to avoid touching the top of spiky top of the leaves, if the top breaks off or is damaged, the leaf will stop growing.