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Two of the most frequently cited questions by spider plant owners are 1) Why is my spider plant turning brown or yellow, and the other is why won’t my spider plant produce pups? They are both related issues because discoloring on the leaves of a spider plant is a sign of something wrong with its growing conditions. Until that’s addressed, getting it to produce pups will be more difficult. To get the best benefits of…

If you’re a cat lover and also a lover of household plants, you should know that these two things don’t always mix well. You already know that cats are excellent jumpers and climbers, which means they can get to anything if they want it badly enough – including plants. Although plants can complement anyone’s home, many are toxic to cats, which is unfortunate because cats usually love plants! This includes the spider plant, which is…

The curly spider plant has become one of the most popular choices for people who like to buy houseplants. The spider plant is one of the most popular species of plants in the world. These plants tend to produce a rosette of arched, thin foliage that is usually different in color. The most common variety of the houseplant usually produces leaves that are long and thin. There is a green stripe running in the center,…

There are plenty of different plants that people like to take in for one reason or another. Some people prefer plants that flower, as this can add a splash of vibrant color to any planter indoors or outdoors. Other people may prefer plants that have interesting leaves, such as the spider plant. Contrary to what some people think, the spider plant does not commonly harbor or attract spiders. Instead, it earns its name from its…

The spider plant, also known to many as the airplane plant, the spider ivy, or the ribbon plant, is one of the most popular choices for people who want to keep plants in their houses. It’s a kind of a perennial flowering plant that is usually found in parts of Southern Africa and is native to tropical regions. However, the plant has been naturalized around the globe, including certain parts of Western Australia as well.…

So you’ve purchased your first spider plant. Kudos! Welcome to the illustrious world of spider plants, beautiful green foliage, and cute little spiderettes. With all of the information and your expanding knowledge, I’m sure you are asking yourself many questions. One of those questions is how fast does a spider plant grow? Common Types of Spider Plants First, let’s start with the varieties you are most likely to see when you are at a garden…

Are you new to dividing and re-potting indoor houseplants? Wondering where to start? Sometimes plants get overgrown and bushy and just don’t fit in their pot anymore. You can keep re-potting them into bigger and bigger pots, but depending on the type of plant, they might need to be divided to really thrive. How to divide a plant can depend on the plant species, but this guide should cover the basic information to get you…

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