Spider plants do well in bright, indirect light.
They like to be watered on a regular basis but can tolerate some periods of dryness. It will grow best if watered regularly though.
This plant likes humidity which will reduce the chance of the leaves turning brown and crispy.
Fertilize twice a month in the spring and summer. Do not over fertilize since that will also cause the leaves to turn brown.
Gently use your fingernail to remove any unsightly brown residue that might appear on the leaves every few days.
Common Names: Airplane Plant, St. Bernard’s Lily, Spider Ivy, Ribbon Plant, and Hen and Chickens
Origin: South and West Africa.
Available in 4 1/2 and 6 inch; also an 8 inch hanging basket
Not meant for human or animal consumption.