How To Care For A Spider Plant

Discover the secret to keeping your spider plant's vibrant green foliage radiant year-round.

Watering spider plants from the top is preferable, allowing direct root hydration while ensuring proper drainage to prevent waterlogging.

Brown tips may indicate low humidity levels; mist the leaves occasionally or use a humidity tray to create a more favorable environment.

Spider plants prefer bright, indirect light; shield them from direct sunlight, which can scorch leaves and cause browning.

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Tailor watering frequency based on environmental conditions and plant needs; aim for moderation to prevent both over and underwatering.

Ensure the pot is appropriately sized with adequate drainage to prevent water buildup, which can lead to root rot and brown leaves.

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