Spot the signs: cracked pots, crowded roots, or quick-draining water. It's your snake plant's call for a bigger home.

Opt for a ceramic or clay pot paired with well-draining soil—perfect for your snake plant's growth and health.

Selecting Pot and Soil

Before diving in, equip yourself with a new pot, drainage netting, a hand trowel, and garden gloves for a smooth repotting process.

Gathering Your Tools

Gently remove the plant, trim any damaged roots, and nestle it into its new pot with fresh soil for a happy transition.

Repotting Made Easy

Post-repotting, place your snake plant in bright, indirect light and water sparingly. Watch it thrive in its new space!

Aftercare and Growth