The spider plant comes is considered as the best houseplant to take care of. They are referred as Spiderettes because of its spider-like appearance. The green and the variegated type of Spiderettes starts to bloom out with the white colored flowerings. The spider plant is also named as Airplane plants as they consist of bunches of grass like sharp shaped leaves.

Spider plant care

Spider Plant Care

The spider plant is a good office plant and are suitable to be grown in the indoor regions such as home, office, and other research laboratories. The spider plants are inexpensive to plant in the surroundings and require only minimal maintenance to take care of it. Here are the simple steps that are essential to take care of the spider plants.

Step 1: The first step in spider plant care is to plant it in a correct pot so that it can grow in a healthier environment with enough space. With the good pot selection and the rich nutrient soil, the repotting can be done easily.

Step 2: After the potting, lighting conditions should me taken care of. The spider plant usually tolerates the indirect or the filtered sun light to survive long durations. Use the fluorescent and other lights to enable the spider plants, survive in the warm region even in the winter seasons.

Step 3: The spider plants are prone to burning on the leaf tips especially due to the dry soil conditions, salt, and fluorides found in the water. Use the un-fluoridated water to keep the soil in a moist state.

Step 4: Once the suitable lighting condition is fixed, the next step is to take care of the watering. The spider plants will require periodical watering so that it can be capable of making use of the room temperature water. Make use of the distilled or purified watering to keep the soil in a moist state.

Step 5: During the months of spring and summer, water occasionally to keep the soil in the moist condition in order to avoid the damage of the leaves caused due to droughts.

Step 6: Maintain the spider plant in a healthier state by using the fertilizers, to get rid of the insects damaging the leaves of the spider plants. Spray the homemade fertilizers on the plants during the summer and the spring season.

Step 7: Constantly check the room temperature of the spider plants as it can withstand the temperature between 40 and 80 degree F. Regularly, pluck the dead leaf head to enable efficient growth of the plant.

Step 8: Avoid over watering and exposure to the sunlight as it turns the bloomed greenish leaves to brown color.