Spider Plant - BonnieRegular price R 85.00
Scientific name: Chlorophytum comosum ‘Bonnie’
Synonyms: Curly Spider plant, Hen & Chicken ‘Bonnie’, Spider Plant ‘Bonnie’, Spider Ivy, Ribbon Plant
- Ideal hanging Plant
- Striking foliage
- Air Purifying
- Plant Level: Super Easy care
Comes in a 25cm hanging nursery basket.
The Spider plant is a quirky, easy to maintain, houseplant with beautifully accented green and white foliage that resembles an elegant ribbon flowing in the wind. This is definitely one of the houseplants to launch you into a plantified adventure!
Chlorophytum is popular houseplants for their ability to produce numerous arching offshoots that look super cute, hanging from the mother plant and can be removed and planted to create multitudes of air purifying plants for all-around your home or office.
This fantastic indoor plant will look subtle and elegant as a tabletop feature as well as draping off a high shelf or simple stand. Keep them in bright filtered light to preserve their lushness. They are quite versatile and can handle lower light conditions as well as artificial lighting but caution against direct sunlight as this can leave the foliage looking bleached and scorched.
Native to Southern Africa Chlorophytum have developed thick tuberous roots that store nutrients and water for the plant to absorb during times of drought making them ideal for the absent-minded plant parent. They do prefer regular watering during the growing season and if you treat these cuties right, they will push out delicate lemon yellow blooms for you which develop into their offspring.
Please note: Spider plants are not known to be toxic to humans or pets.
Follow these instructions to keep your Spider Plant healthy and happy.
Water: Allow the soil to dry out 50% between watering.
Light: Spider plants prefer medium to bright, indirect light but are able to live in areas of low light or artificial light only.
Humidity: Spider plants prefer high humidity, but will tolerate average household humidity. You may mist the leaves regularly.
Fertilize: Feed your plant once a month with a diluted balanced liquid fertilizer during the Spring & Summer season only.