Also known as ‘Spider Plant’, ‘Spider Ivy’, and ‘Ribbon Plant’
Know your Plant
This native African plant’s quirky foliage is enough to attract anyone. It is names as Spider Plant because of its spider-like leaves, or spiderettes, which dangle down from the mother plant like spiders on a web. It looks equally good in hanging containers and in pots.
These sturdy plants are easy to take care of and hard to kill. Just the perfect choice for novice plant owners.
These plants are some of the best low light plants in the world. So much so that, some refer to these as ‘Toilet Plants’.
* The plants in the picture are only for reference.
The size and shape of pot may vary according to availability.
|Dimensions||27 × 27 × 45 cm|
Water: These plants are to be watered regularly and generously. The soil should be slightly moist and waterlogging should be avoided.
Lighting: The more the light this plant receives, the more color will be induced into its leaves. However, it can also survive under moderate lighting conditions. However, make sure you do not place it under direct sunlight.
Soil: Well draining and aerated soils are preferred.
Environment: They can thrive in both indoor and outdoor conditions. So you can either plant them in a partially shaded garden or hang it in containers.