Category: Indoor Gardening -Spider Plant

Lauren Willshire

How to Propagate Spider Plants: 3 Easy Methods

Spider plants are prolific growers. They can take up to two years to mature and start to produce their little plantlets. And after that, it’s plantlet city. They grow a ton of them. One plant can produce hundreds of pups in its lifetime. Additionally, they are known as an invasive species in multiple countries because

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Lauren Willshire

Spider Plant Care Guide

Spider plants are one of the oldest plants out there to be collected for houseplant purposes. They were one of the original plants to be brought into popularity in people’s homes.  Spider plants are from the coastal areas of South Africa. So they really do not mind a well-draining mix. They do not need a

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Indoor Gardening

How To Treat Spider Mites on Indoor Plants

Knowing how to treat spider mites on plants is an essential skill that every indoor gardener should learn. Spider mites cause aesthetic damage to plants and eventually kill them. While spider mites don’t bite pets or humans, these pests can significantly harm indoor plants. If you want your indoor garden to thrive, you must know

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Spider Plant Basics_ A Care Guide for Spider Plants
Indoor Gardening

Spider Plant Basics: A Care Guide for Spider Plants

Spider plants have a curious look. They produce a rosette of thin, long, arched leaves that’s variegated with white or is solid green. These houseplants are easy to grow and look particularly lovely inside a hanging basket. They’re also a favorite among Victorian-era homeowners. In the summer, a spider plant can produce petite white flowers

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