Spider Plant- Chlorophytum
|Exposure: Full to Partial Sun|
|Category : Annual|
|Sizes available: 1G|
Grown for its variegated spiky foliage and endearing baby plantlets,
spider plant (Chlorophytum comosum) has long been a standby of
houseplant lovers. The grass-like leaves are particularly appealing to
pets who like to chew, but all parts of the plant are safe.
In warmer areas where outdoor cultivation is possible, grow in light
shade in well-drained soil. Indoor plants need bright indirect sunlight
and watering well when in full growth. Keep moderately moist and
temperatures above 45°F. Ideal temperatures are between 55° and 70°.
Do not over fertilize as heavily fertilized plants may not form as many
new plantlets. Plantlets form when the spider plant receives short days
and long, uninterrupted nights for at least three weeks.
It has linear leaves that are green or striped white. Flowering stems bear
loose panicles of small, white, starry flowers. Plantlets are formed at the
flowering nodes. When plants are full, they have an interesting, graceful,
cascading habit. In warmer climates or during summer months in colder
areas, spider plants are well-suited to use in planters or as a groundcover.
The plantlets will cascade over a wall or planter forming a fountain effect.
* Plant installation warranty
-15 Day warranty on installation
-Warranty cost: 25% plant cost
50% Labor cost
-If lack of water, the warranty is null & void.