Spider Plants are one of the lowest maintenance plants you'll encounter in the world of houseplants! They are prolific growers. You'll quickly observe tiny baby "spiders" jumping off their "mother. " These are referred to as "pups." You can cut off and root in water to make more plants!
- It does well in varying light conditions; however, avoid prolonged exposure to direct light as it tends to wilt and fade its foliage.
- Keep the soil slightly moist.
- When possible, use distilled, Brita-filtered, or rainwater as tap water can result in brown leaf tips.
- This plant appreciates being a little root-bound