A well-known houseplant, the Spider Plant can be found naturally in the South Pacific and South Africa. The Spider Plant has distinctive variegated foliage which resembles large blades of grass. With the right care the Spider Plant will produce small flowers that eventually turn into Spider Plant babies or Spiderettes!
Light conditions: position in bright but indirect light.
Neediness: a low maintenance house plant making it ideal for new plant parents or busy lifestyles. Spider Plant leaf tips can be brown and it is quite normal and doesn’t harm the plant.
Watering: avoid overwatering, aim to keep soil moist but not soggy. Allow to dry out slightly between watering but not completely.
Ideal location: bathrooms, kitchens, living rooms, bedrooms and studies
Rate of growth: fast growing and the Spiderettes are easily propagated meaning one plant can produce a whole family of new plants!
Temperature: this plant can be kept at normal room temperature.
Also known as: Chlorophytum Comosum