Spider Plant (Chlorophytum)
Spider Plant (Chlorophytum) – 1 pc
Grower black – 1 pc
About Plant- The spider plant is among the most popular (and easiest to grow) of all hanging or trailing houseplants. While these exceptionally hardy plants will survive in less than perfect conditions, in perfect conditions they are stunning. A mature plant will form tight rosettes of arching leaves with a profusion of hanging plantlets on long stems, up to three feet, somewhat like a bushy green mane. It is the most common variety seen in garden centers in the green-and-white striped 'Variegatum.' Mature plants have small white flowers.
Spider Plant Care
Light- Spider plants prefer bright light and tend toward scorching in direct sunlight. However, they will grow in conditions ranging from semi-shady to partial direct sun.
Soil- Spider plants like fast-draining, and well-aerated potting mix.
Water- Spider plants need water frequentaly in summer season. During winter, cut watering back.
Temperature and Humidity- Spider plants prefer temperatures between 55 and 80°F (13–27°C).
Fertilizer- Feed them weekly during the summer with liquid fertilizer or use pellets at the beginning of the growing season.Volume 90% 1:35.
Propagation- Spider plants are one of the easiest houseplants to propagate. Simply pot the small plantlets. Make sure the young plantlets have developed roots.
Repot- Spider plants do not need yearly repotting. Repot in spring if the root ball protrudes above the rim of the pot.