Lights, Water, Action
Get your plants ready to slay!
Bright indirect sunlight
Water once a week
Where to grow
Air purifying, pet friendly
Fertilizer/ feed for the plant: Feed your plant a liquid fertilizer diluted to half strength every 2 weeks.
Repotting : Repot your plant when it begins to outgrow the current pot. Choose a pot one size larger than the current pot. Beginning of monsoon is the best time to repot your Spider plant.
Propagation : Chlorophytum Spider can be propagated by dividing the main plant or by detaching and replanting the plantlet during monsoon.
1. Why does my Spider Plant have brown tips?
Exposure to direct sunlight or hot and cold draughts can cause browning of leaf tips. Move your plant away from direct sunlight if you notice brown tips.
2. Why are leaves of my spider plant turning yellow?
Excessive sunlight can make the leaves of your spider plant turn yellow and wilt. Move your plant away from direct sunlight to avoid this. At times, excessive minerals and fertilizers in the soil can also cause yellowing of leaves.
3. My spider plant is drooping
Various reasons can make your plant droop. Overwatering, not enough or too much of light or lack of nutrients can make your spider plant droop and wilt. Identify the cause first before correcting the problem.
Style and Décor
Light Requirements :When grown indoors, the Chlorophytum Spider required bright to moderate indirect light year round. When grown outdoors, the spider plant grows best with partial shade or filtered sunlight.
Locations :Place your Chlorophytum Spider in your living room by a window, or your bathroom making sure it is receiving sufficient light. You can also grow the spider plant in a shaded balcony.
Styling/décor tip :Add life to your home with the bright green foliage of the Chlorophytum Spider. It is an excellent choice for planter stands and pedestal planters. A spider plant in a hanging planter will look beautiful in your bathroom corner. If you want to try something different, use wall planters to make a green wall of spider plants to improve air quality.