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Spider Plant/ Chlorophytum comosum (pot)

Original price was: ₹200.00.Current price is: ₹149.00.

Quantity: Single plant in pot

  • Light : Bright indirect sunlight
  • Maintenace: Low maintenance
  • Special feature : Air purifying, pet friendly
  • Watering : Water twice a week
  • Where to grow : Bright indoors

Availability: 4 in stock

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Quantity: A single plant in a small pot

Chlorophytum Spider, often known as the Spider Plant, is a stunning indoor plant that is ideal for beginners. It is not only simple to maintain, but it is also a NASA-certified air purifier. Its tall, green foliage with white variegations looks well in hanging planters as well as desktop arrangements. It blooms with little white flowers under favourable circumstances, and its pups develop on stems cascading from the plant.

Plant Care

Fertilizer/ feed for the plant: Every two weeks, give your plant a generic liquid fertiliser diluted to half strength.

Repotting :
When your plant outgrows its present pot, repot it. Select a pot that is one size larger than the existing pot. The optimum time to repot your Spider plant is at the start of spring. Chlorophytum Spider can be grown by splitting the parent plant or by detaching and transplanting plantlets during the monsoon season.

Typical issues


1. Why do the tops of my Spider Plant have brown spots?

Direct sunshine, as well as heat and cold draughts, can induce browning of the leaf tips. If you find brown tips on your plant, move it out of direct sunlight and stick to a watering schedule.

2. Why are my spider plant’s leaves becoming yellow?

Excessive sunshine might cause your spider plant’s leaves to yellow and wilt. To avoid this, move your plant away from direct sunlight. Excess minerals and fertilisers in the soil can also induce leaf yellowing.

3. Why is my spider plant drooping?

Your plant may droop for a variety of causes. Overwatering, insufficient or excessive light, or a lack of nutrients might cause your spider plant to droop and wilt. Before you can fix an issue, you must first determine what’s causing it.

Design and Decoration


Light Requirements: The Chlorophytum Spider requires bright to moderate indirect light year round when planted indoors. The spider plant grows best in partial shade or filtered sunshine when cultivated outdoors.

Placement: Put your Chlorophytum Spider in your living room near a window or in your bathroom, but make sure it gets enough light. The spider plant may also be grown on a shady balcony.

Styling/decor tip : The vivid green leaves of the Chlorophytum Spider will provide vitality to your house. It’s a great material for planter supports and pedestal planters. In your bathroom nook, a spider plant in a hanging planter would look lovely. If you want to try something different, create a green wall with spider plants using wall planters to enhance air quality.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does Spider Plant purify air?

Yes, the Spider Plant is an excellent air purifying plant. It ranks high on NASA’s list of air purifying plants.

How often should I water my spider plant?

Keep the soil slightly moist at all times. The Chlorophytum Spider is very forgiving. Even if you forget to water it once in a while, it won?t give up on you.

Is Spider Plant toxic to pets?

According to the ASPCA, the spider plant is non-toxic to both cats and dogs.

What are the common names of Chlorophytum Spider Plant?

Chlorophytum Spider Plant is also known as Airplane Plant, St. Bernard’s Lily, Spider Ivy, and Ribbon Plant.


 

 

 

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