Snake Plants Prefer Dry Environments
These plants do not enjoy wet feet because they are dryland natives. Make sure to drain the pot of any extra water before setting it somewhere dry. By touching the soil, you may quickly determine whether your snake plant needs watering; if it's wet, don't give it any. Before reintroducing irrigation, the snake plant prefers its soil to be absolutely dry. The plants have the ability to store water and can endure extended droughts. Root rot may result from overwatering these plants.