Chlorophytum Comosum Green Bengaluru Delivery only
Chlorophytum Comosum often called as spider plant but also called as aeroplane plant or ribbon plant. Its one of the most common house plants.
Species: C. comosum.
Spider Plant One Of NASA’s ‘Top Clean Air Plants!’
PLANT COMES IN A 5 INCH BLACK POTTING COVER.
Spider Plant Care Instructions
All the variegated Spider Plants need a bright spot in order to keep their stripes. The all green version (which has no variegation to lose) will accept a darker location although growth will be much slower. Direct sunlight should always be avoided.
Water your Spider Plant liberally in the growing months (Spring through to Autumn / Fall) and you will get a good rate of growth and a high chance of Spider Babies. Water only sparingly in Winter as growth slows regardless at this time or year and too much unused water can trigger rotting.
Don't feed newly planted Spider Babies / Pups, or the mature plants in the Winter months. Otherwise feel free to feed every few weeks.
If the soil is dry it will survive without issue down to 5°C / 41°F. If the soil is wet or you go colder than this, some damage will likely result. Any exposure to a hard frost will totally destroy the plant over night. The average warmth of a typical home is the key to good growth.
If ideal care has been provided, you will end up re-potting the plant each spring until it reaches maturity (2 to 5 years). It's always best and very easy to propagate Spider Plants by their offsets, some people also divide the plant when they re-pot. If you don't want to divide yours but you're worried it's too big and you aren't able to move it to a different location, don't re-pot into a larger container and this will restrict its growth.