Cholorophytum Comosum Care:
Chlorophytum comosum grows very well in cultivation. Its ornamental, gracefully ascending-spreading to recurved leaves in a central rosette make it so popular. The many vegetative plantlets are usually given away by the owners and this has resulted in the species being one of the most commonly used and popular house plants throughout the world.
The white-striped cultivars are probably more often grown than the original plant. In the garden, it grows best under trees or on shady embankments, especially in gardens in the Indian Ocean Coastal Belt. It is a fast grower. In other parts of the world, it can also be grown out-of-doors but is best cultivated in Mediterranean-type gardens where frost is not too severe (parts of California and the Mediterranean). The plant prefers partial shade, especially in hot dry climates. It should, therefore, be protected from full sun. Plants should reach flowering size within a year.
1.How do Spider plants reproduce?
Spider plants reproduce asexually by sending out stolons on which smaller plants grow.
2.When do Spider plants flower?
Spider plant blooms generally in spring(February-March) season and also in the summer(April-June) and fall(November-January) season.
3.Can Spider plants live in low light?
No, the Spider plant requires natural indirect/artificial bright light for its healthy growth.
4.Why my Spider plant has brown tips?
The brown tips on the Spider plant appear due to 1.hot and cold droughts 2. Due to overwatering or less watering to plant. 3.plant does not get proper sunlight. 4.Lack of Nutrient. 5.Disease infestation.
5.What are Spider plants good for?
According to NASA Spider plants are good for cleansing air around you with their air-purifying abilities and to decorate indoor space with its attractive foliage.