My 6 month old snake plant leaves suddenly become yellowish, I dont know why


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I have a snake plant in a pot .I put it indoors. After 6 months I suddenly notice its leaves become yellowish, 1616754981409.jpg
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whats seems to be the problem. It looks healthy before
 
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You think so?,, maybe I overwatered it, thanks for answering, I thought it needed some sunlight
 

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You think so?,, maybe I overwatered it, thanks for answering, I thought it needed some sunlight
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Yes it does need sunlight also and your welcome.
 
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Best to underwater a snake plant than to over water. They do not like it and will yellow. Air rate the soil by sticking holes in in it with a chop stick or skewer or pencil. Well anything along those lines, it will release moisture from the soil.
 
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Best to underwater a snake plant than to over water. They do not like it and will yellow. Air rate the soil by sticking holes in in it with a chop stick or skewer or pencil. Well anything along those lines, it will release moisture from the soil.
yes I think so too..Ive observed Its healthier when I dont water it too often..thanks for the info
 
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yes I think so too..Ive observed Its healthier when I dont water it too often..thanks for the info
You are welcome! I have a few snake plants, sometimes I dont water them for a few weeks. They are fine. Cut the yellowing off, actually they may just pull out. The plant will put the energy back to existing leaves and eventually put out new leaves and a baby snake plant! They grow faster in sunlight.
 

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