The Spider Plant is among the most adaptable houseplants, and is very easy to grow. A graceful plant that makes a statement anywhere—from a tabletop to a mantle, or with its lovely arching leaves as a hanging plant. The Spider Plant is also known for its tremendous air purifying qualities, making it a healthy addition to your home as well.
Light - Your Spider Plant will tolerate lower light conditions, however, they prefer bright indirect light where they will flourish. The striping on the leaves will be more prominent with indirect lighting. Avoid direct sunlight as it will scorch the leaves.
Water - Water well, but do not allow the plants to become soggy, which can lead to root rot. Spider Plants prefer to dry out between waterings. If you notice browning leaf tips, it can be from chemicals found in water, which cause build-up. If this is the case, allow the water to sit out overnight before watering or use filtered water.
Humidity - This Plant will do well in low humidity environments but will thrive with a bit more humidity. Brown leaf tips may indicate the air is too dry, so mist your Spider Plant regularly.
Tips: Mature spider plants will produce ‘spiderettes’ (baby spider plants) at their end of long, stiff stems. If you wish to propagate your spider plant, simply cut off the small plant, stick it in a small pot of moist soil and water gently. Another method is to stick the spiderette in a glass of water for 1-2 weeks then plant the rooted plantlet in a pot of soil.
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