Love fern

Rattlesnake Plant

window-orientation North
5.0" pot
pot-drainage No drainage
pot-type Glass
soil-type Regular
outdoor-plant Indoor
🎂 May 25th
water@4x 3 Waters
snooze@4x 1 Snoozes
🔥 0x Streaks

Love fern should be watered every 7 days and was last watered on Thursday Jun 13th.

#GoeppertiaRattlesnakePlant Discussion

What is happening to my Rattlesnake Plant???

Just wanted to show off my girl Athena real quick. She’s a rattlesnake plant! Just look at her all closed and cuddled up for the night 🥹 *please don’t say anything about her leaves, she’s sensitive ❤️‍🩹 my demon cat decided she wanted a taste 😭 #RattlesnakePlant #PlantAddict #PlantTherapy

#HappyPlants #RattlesnakePlant #PrayerPlant I don’t know what I did to deserve this…BUT, my #RattlesnakePlant Sara just keeps busting out new leaves for me…2-3 at a time!!!! I feel so #blessed because it says they are difficult to grow and just look at her!!!! Meanwhile….i have #SpiderPlants that are supposedly so easy to grow and thrive on neglect and I can’t seem to keep them alive no matter what I do!! I guess I just buy more Rattlesnake Plants to make up for my losses. 😌🥰🥰🥰

#FreshLeafFriday OH MY GOSH GUYS….just when I thought my #RattlesnakePlant Sara wasn’t so happy just look what she blessed me with!!! Not one but 2 new leaves getting big and strong!!! And there’s a fresh little green baby one growing too!! #PrayerPlant #HappyPlants #PlantsMakePeopleHappy #PlantAddict #NewGrowth #PlantLove #PlantMoms (excuse my dirty leaves…🫢😬…they are getting cleaned today)

Prayer plant praying!! I got some good pics of my #RattlesnakePlant #PrayerPlant in prayer position last night. It’s the neatest thing! #PlantsAreAmazing #GodMakesBeautifulPlants #PrayEveryday I am so excited to bring Sara out into the common area of the house so we can enjoy her beauty.

Reintroducing Cali as Mama Bear, Papa Bear and Baby Bear. I originally got these as one plant in water instead of soil. When I learned that they don’t really thrive in water, I planted her in soil. There were 3 groupings and I planted them all together but spaced a little as I put her in a 6” pot. The edges and tips started drying and turning crispy which google told me was from a lack of humidity. I placed a plate with rocks and water under the pot but it doesn’t seem to have helped too much. Then I was thinking the pot is too big (as I’m learning is the case with most of my plants) so the rock/water couldn’t actually get to the plant to be beneficial. So!! I’m really hoping this works, but I repotted Cali into smaller pots based on the groupings she already had. Maybe this way they can get more of the rock/water benefit, plus just have smaller pots and hopefully avoid the dreaded root rot as well. Wish me luck! Let me know if this seems like a good plan, or a bad one.🤞🏼

cat nibbled my plant!

Plants helping through roots?

Leaves are curling up any ideas what I'm doing wrong. Soil is currently damp.

Help!