Not for sansevieria, for example:
> Soil for Snake Plants
Snake plants do best with a free-draining soil mix, because they are easily prone to rot. A soilless potting mixture is best to ensure adequate drainage. Also be sure to use a terracotta pot that won’t trap water inside and promptly remove any standing water from the saucer.
Learn about house plants:
And that's the crazy thing. The seller used snake plants for the photos on the product page! 🤯 So I thought, maybe I'm missing something. Maybe it's okay for all types of plants. 🤷
@evelyn That could work but your mileage may vary depending on multiple factors such as your environment (temperature, humidity, etc), the soil mix and the wicking material
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