Water your Sansevieria only when the soil is completely dry. Water until liquid flows through the drainage hole at the bottom of the pot and discard any water that has accumulated in the saucer. Your Sansevieria prefers a dry environment. No need to mist.
Because snake plants are native to poor rocky soil, avoid overfertilizing. A premium plant food such as Pennington UltraGreen All Purpose Plant Food 10-10-10 fed once each spring gives your snake plant the primary, secondary and micronutrients it needs. Then it keeps gently feeding for up to four months.
Your Sansevieria is adaptable. It prefers medium to bright indirect light, but can also tolerate lower light as well as direct sun. Water your Sansevieria only when the soil is completely dry.
Your Sansevieria will thrive in temperatures of 55-85 degrees. However, they prefer temperatures on the warmer end of that spectrum. Your Sansevieria prefers a dry environment. No need to mist
Take the main plant and either repot it into its old container or into the new container you have chosen for it. Be sure not to mound soil too far up the leaves and try to match the old soil level to prevent rot. Press the soil down gently, just to secure the plant in the soil.