Chlorophytum comosum ‘Lemon’

Spider Plant

One of the most popular and easy to care for houseplants in the world, the Spider Plant is a fantastic choice for any room in the home.

The Chlorophytum comosum ‘Lemon’ cultivar produces a rosette of lush, lime green arching foliage that looks fantastic cascading from a shelf or pouring out of a hanging basket.

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Expert Tip

Spider plants are non-toxic to humans and pets, and were successful in the NASA Clean Air Study at removing formaldehyde and xylene from the air.
Spider Plant 'Babies'

Spider Plant 'Babies'

If you’ve ever owned a Spider Plant it’s likely you will have witnessed new Spider Plant ‘babies’ or ‘spiderettes’ grow out from it. When the plant is mature enough (usually within a year) and in the right conditions, a flower stem will emerge, potentially producing a flower which is then replaced by these ‘babies’, called plantlets.

These plantlets are essential to Chlorophytum comosum’s survival in the wild, where the plantlets grow long enough to reach the ground, allowing the plant to successfully reproduce and thrive as ground cover. It’s actually the appearance of the plantlets which give Spider Plants their common name.

These plantlets are easy to propagate yourself, just snip off the plantlet and plant in potting soil – no water propagation is needed.

Care & Size Guidance

Care & Size Guidance

Spider Plants are incredibly tough and easy to care for, making a perfect gift for a new plant owner. Whilst it thrives most in bright indirect light, it is tolerant of low light conditions.

Make sure not to overwater as this can cause root rot. To make sure, simply let the top few inches of soil dry out between waterings.

If you want your Spider Plant to abundantly produce plantlets it will need a good amount of light – in poor lighting conditions it will only produce leaves.


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