Spider plants are one of the most common house plants around
that originated form tropical rainforest plants that we grow in our homes that are easy to care for house plants.
These plants are notorious for producing many babies that hang from a thin stem, propagating house plants like these rainforest plants are probably one of the easiest for plant propagation that I know of.
This very invasive plant originated form the unfortunate disappearing African Rainforest, which has brought us so many beautiful and unique plants and trees that we enjoy without thought of the source in which it came from and what’s happening to the rain forest around the world.
These plants are considered low light house plants and when grown as a house plant prefers to have lots of sunlight just not directly.
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If you are looking for a tropical house plant or garden plant to grow that is very easy to care for, then these may just be what you are looking for.
Below in these plant pictures of the spider plants show how easy to propagate them, in the second picture it shows how wonderful they look bordering a garden and lastly a close up picture of the small white flower it produces, they’re really beautiful!
Caring for your Spider Rropical Rainforest Plants, Low Light House Plants
The Chlorophytum comosum are very easy to car for even if you don’t have a green thumb.
These plant love moisture but over watering will cause root rot, so make sure you have well drained soil and pots with drainage holes.
As far as fertilization it really doesn’t need it although a little cant hurt.
The leaves tips may turn brown now ant then which happens from the chemicals in tap water, so I recommend with all plants fill a container whit water and let it sit out for at least 24 hours if not more to evaporate all the chlorine, fluoride and any other chemicals that might be in the water.
The pretty little flowers that are produced on long stems eventually turn into little baby off springs that can be propagated easy by either putting them in water, changing occasionally when it looks dirty. When roots are established you can plant them in pretty pots and give them as gifts or keep them for yourself.