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Aug 18, 2015 10:44 AM CST
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I have a snake plant at work that I repotted a few months ago. It has some fairly tall leaves (around 18 inches) and some newly grown ones that are about 6 inches tall. The issue is that the new leaves are growing in a curled over shape rather than straight up as snake plants generally do. Aside from the curling, the leaves are green and look healthy. There is still a fair bit of room in the pot so I don't think it is due to overcrowding. Does anyone have any idea why the leaves are growing this way? Is there anything I should do?

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Mar 30, 2019 4:04 PM CST
Fresno, CA
I know it has been quite a few years... but did you happen to get an answer to this? Or what ultimately happened to your plant? I was wondering the same thing as my plant is currently all green but one leaf more than the others is folding inward in the image below.
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