Spiderplant

Spider plants are known for its immense air purifying qualities, making it not only a visual appealing, but also a healthy part of your home. 

Easy Care Facts:

Spider Plant

Lighting: 

Spider plants have sensitive leaves, so ensure you are not placing your plant in direct sunlight. The coloring in the leaves will be more vibrant in indirect light, but they will tolerate areas with not as much light.

Water: 

Spider plants are low maintenance when it comes to watering. Allow them to dry out between watering, and ensure to not complete drown your plant. To much water can lead to root rot. 

Humidity:

If your air is too dry it may cause brown leaf tips. Spider plants can tolerate a lower humidity environment, but will flourish with a bit more humidity. 

Temperature: 

Between 60–80 degrees; ensuring to not go below 55 degrees at night and during cooler months 

Food: 

As always, ensure the soil is damp prior to applying any type of fertilizer, as well as not applying during the months the plant naturally goes slower. For spider plants this is during the cooler months. Your plant may start to brown if to much fertilizer is given. 

Toxicity:

Non-toxic and safe for humans, dogs, and cats.

Tips and Tricks

As your spider plant grows you may notice clusters at the end of a long stiff stem. These are essentially baby spider plants. You can cut off the small cluster and stick into a small pot or in a glass of water for 1-2 weeks before planting. Poof! You now have a new plant baby.