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The spider plant, which is native to tropical or southern Africa, is one of the most popular house plants. The spider plant is a low-maintenance, easy-to-grow plant. It is a plant that like to be in the shadow. Except for brown tips, spider plants can grow in a wide range of circumstances and have few issues (under-watering is one reason). It's a NASA-approved air purifier that gets rid of formaldehyde, xylene, and toluene. The pot is a self-watering grey plastic pot that allows plants to survive for up to 10 days without water.
In a single pack, you'll get a spider plant potted in a self-watering pot.
By raising plants up to eye level, self-watering pots provide visual impact.
Moveable self-watering pots provide appeal in unexpected areas.
The spider plant is a great air cleanser.
It is a popular home plant that is native to tropical or southern Africa. Plant that is very easy to cultivate and maintain. It is a plant that like to be in the shadow.
Aside from brown tips, the spider plant can grow in a wide range of environments and has few issues (under-watering is one reason). The spider plant was found to help reduce Formaldehyde, Xylene, and Toluene from the air in a NASA research on "interior landscape plants for air pollution abatement."
The potting mix consists of 50 percent garden soil, 25% garden soil, and 25% cocopeat. They prefer humid conditions and damp yet well-drained soil for optimal growth. In the summer, give water every day, and every 2-3 days in the winter. It's recommended to use filtered sunlight or low light.
Keep in bright, indirect sunshine, which includes both partial and full shadow.
Once a week or avoid tilling if the soil is wet. Use rainwater, filtered water, distilled or bottled water.
Require very little time or effort to look after them.
Plant growth is affected by light, temperature, humidity, water, nutrition, and soil.
If your plant is completely indoors, you should only expose it to direct sunlight for 3-4 hours once a week.
Once every two weeks, we should weed the plant's soil with a light weeding.
Feed the plants a dilute solution of liquid fertiliser once every two months to keep them in the soil, depending on the present circumstances.