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Spider Plants

A wonderful, easy to care for plant! Spider plants are great additions to any home or office and also make beautiful gifts (including housewarming gifts)!

 

The spider plant (Chlorophytum comosum) is considered one of the most adaptable houseplants and the easiest to grow/maintain. Spider plants can grow in a wide range of conditions and suffer from few issues, other than occasional browning tips. 

SYMBOLISM: Spider plants symbolize Mindfulness & Health.

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$12 – young spider plant in 4" terra cotta pot 

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$15 – young spider plant in 5" terra cotta pot 

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$20 – young spider plant in 5" aged terra cotta pot 

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$25 – Large planter (black/plastic) with 5-6 baby spider plants ready to decorate your home or office space

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$30 – young spider plant in 4" terra cotta pot with hanging holder 

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$30 – young spider plant in 4" terra cotta pot with hanging holder 

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-BASIC PLANT CARE GUIDE-

 

*LIGHT - Although not picky with lighting, spider plants thrive best in bright light, as they are known for being window plants. Since they are not selective with their lighting choices, they will do totally fine in partial direct sun conditions and bright indirect light conditions as well. Be careful that your spider plant does not get too much sun – this is noticeable if the leaves begin to burn.  

 

*WATER – Rather than water weekly, the best rule of thumb is to allow the new spider baby plant to fully dry out between waterings. Check the soil with your finger every so often and once the soil has completely dried out, it’s time to water again! Once your spider plant fully matures, you will water more often.  When watering, water well, but take care not to overwater (plants that become too soggy are susceptible to root rot). 

 

*TEMPERATURE – Spider plants love being indoor plants. Avoid temperatures of 50˚F or below. The plants love temperatures of 55˚ - 80˚.

 

*OTHER – If you choose to fertilize your plant, doing so to a spider plant should be done in moderation. 

 

SPECIAL NOTE – This plant is posed as non-toxic, but it can be potentially harmful to cats if eaten and can lead to an upset stomach and vomiting.