Chlorophytum (Spider plant) is commonly known as spider plants and is one of the most adaptable and easy to grow plants. The name has been given because of like spiderettes, which dangles down from the plant like spiders on the web. The plant looks absolutely a pleasure when kept in colorful hanging pots.
This natural gift is available in various forms and varieties. NASA tests showed that the plant eliminates formaldehyde from the air and hence a perfect choice for indoors, they can be kept in washrooms and kitchen as well.
Let’s have a look at some of the Care Tips for Chlorophytum (Spider plant):
- Soil: A proper well-drained garden soil mixed up with a part of cow dung manure and leaf mold.
- Sunlight: They grow well in indirect and partial sunlight.
- Temperature: The plant prefers a pleasantly warm temperature (20 C to 30 C).
- Water: The plant loves moisture, but making the soil too damp will damage the plant and will result in root rotting.
- Fertilizer: Adding vermicompost every 3 months will sustain the plant well.
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