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#361660 Nov 13th, 2012 at 06:18 AM
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My uncle passed away this past summer and left an abundance of houseplants. I'm caring for them now and so far I've been able to keep them alive as they are mostly Dracaena and other easy to care for plants that I just water once they fully dry out. This one was doing well until recently, I have no clue what it is and I don't know why it is starting to wilt/break. I've left it in its original place where he had it. Any ideas? It's my favourite and I'd like to try to salvage it if possible :( There was a dead one on the porch in a flooded pot when I took over the house, not sure how he killed it.
Currently it's in a Southeast facing window, and I'm in Alberta Canada.
Thank you so much for any help.

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Welcome Akin! You have a lovely Sanseveria, aka, mother-in-law's tongue, or snake plant and maybe a few other names as well.
You can click this link to find the care of your plant.
Good luck!


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