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Posted 3w ago by @Carapolarbeara

The edges of the spikes are rolling inwards. Is this norm...

#Dracaena
0ft to light, direct
6” pot without drainage
Last watered 3 weeks ago
I’m still learning about snake plants. I’m halfway commenting so I can come back and read other tips and info.
However, when I have overwatered mine the leaves get soft and flexible, don’t support themselves anymore and bend down and outwards. So, maybe not an over watering issue? But also, I see your plant card says the pot doesn’t have drainage. Is that true? That could be the issue also. But usually looks like overwatering. So… sorry I’m not super helpful. πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ

Lao let’s add some more tags to get this to more people.
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@Carapolarbeara it is likely that the pot doesnt have drainage. That makes the water sit in the pot and make sit overwater itself (if that makes sense).
Try to get a pot with drainage and, if you like the pot it’s currently in, you can use a liner pot.
A liner pot is when you take a (usually plastic) pot with drainage and place it inside the pot without drainage.
I hope this helps! 🌱 ❀️