Product Details: –
- Spider Plant, Chlorophytum
- Common Name: Anthericum Comosum, Ribbon Plant, Walking Anthericum
- Plant Type: Foliage & Air Purifying Plant
- Plant Placement: Indoor
- Height of Plant: Upto 7 inches
- White Ceramic Pot Size: 5 inches
About Plant: –
The spider plant is native to tropical and subtropical regions of Africa, Asia, and Australia, and it seems to be introduced into Europe by the end of the 18th century. It is also known as a ribbon and air-plane plant. Spider plant contributes to a healthy diet for many rural Africans with limited food budgets. It has attractive striped green and white leaves
This particular plant is tolerant of a wide range of temperatures and is highly durable and adaptable. It is one of the easy to care plant and thrive under a variety of conditions. The wackiness of this plant would definitely amaze you and it would definitely add a great deal of charm to the decorative value of your house. It is available on an enticing plane white vase. According to study one, Chlorophytum plant can clean the air in roughly 100 square feet of floor space.
How to Take Care Spider Plant: –
- This plant requires pot with proper drainage holes.
- It requires well-drained soil rich in organic matter.
- Try to avoid splashing water on the leaves while watering, as this can expose them to rot.
- These plants require bright indirect sunlight for proper growth.
- You should remove dead, infected or damaged plant parts of the plant.
- Water your plant only when the soil feels dry to touch. Do not overwater the plant.
- You can apply organic fertilizers (Mid Feb to May) to provide proper nutrients to the plant.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How often does a spider plant need water?
When the top 1 inch of soil is dry to touch, it’s time to water your plant. Watering moderately or once per week should be sufficient to keep the soil consistently moist, but not overly wet.
Where can I buy a spider plant?
The spider plant is available online on Vitri Greens you can place your order with us.
How to grow Spider plant?
Soil: Use well-drained soil rich in organic matter and pot with proper drainage holes.
Water: Water your plant only when the soil feels dry to touch. Do not overwater the plant as it can lead roots to rot.
Sunlight: These plants require bright indirect sunlight for proper growth.
Fertilize: You can feed organic fertilizers (Mid Feb to May) to provide proper nutrients to the plant.
Why are my spider plant leaves turning brown?
Overwatering the plant is one of the main cause of leaves turning brown or black. Let the soil dry out before watering your plant.
Can spider plant grow indoors?
Yes, Chlorophytum can grow indoor. It is considered one of the best air-purifying plants that are why it’s widely grown indoor all over the world.
How to propagate Spider plant babies?
- Start by cutting the spider babies from the long stems they’re hanging onto.
- Place the spider babies in a small glass vessel with a little bit of water.
- Use enough water to only cover the roots of the baby plant.
- Make sure to keep changing the water regularly.
- Once the plantlets develop roots, you can transfer them to a small pot with well-draining soil.