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How to Multiply Your Spider Plants
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Can a spider grow only in water?
wow yours are so Beautiful!!!
It's the salt in the water. they say to use spring water or rain water, we have babies growing all over the place in our Office.
These spider plants are in my office - I have no windows, so they've never seen sunlight. I bought two grow lamps (red and blue LED types) on Amazon and the plants began growing like crazy.
this is a different plant and wonder if you can help. I have a peace Lilly for years. No more Lilly growing and sprouts green leaves but tips seem to turn brown alot new growths that open tips are brown. What do I do. I don't have it near sunlight.
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Really? I have several spiders growing outside the house. They do fine in Central Florida (Silver Springs)
I got babies from my sister in law and kept them in water until ready to plant and now once planting they are dying....makes me very sad. She is far away and I cannot get any more
I trim mine back near where it comes from the plant. After a while it will dry out and you can pull it out with ease. I leave the for a while, mine has pretty white flowers and lots of babies. You can start more plants if you like with the babies.
I trim mine back to the fresh leaf to keep it looking nice. I've had my plant for 25 years, they will make new leaves and old ones will die off but you won't kill your plant by cutting back the tips. I sometimes give mine a haircut when the whole thing gets too crazy, they just keep growing.
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i read somewhere that its caused by too many minerals in the water and to use rainwater instead, not tried it myself.
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