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How to Grow Spider Plant

Leran how to grow spider plant in easy way. Know how to spider plant and care. Lush your garden with these spider plants.

You have seen many spiders on your way or in your neighbours house. Here are some tips which make it even easier for you to grow this plant. So, lets start:

  • The spider needs bright, indirect light, so place them accordingly.
  • Grow spider plants in a mixture of top-quality soil and Plantic Water Storing Crystals.
  • When you see the top inch of the soil layer dry, water them thoroughly.
  • Feed your plants with natural food - Plantic Organic IndoorDrop! Liquid Plant Food (follow the direction label).
  • A month after plantation, start giving them a taste of Plantic Organic GreenDrop Fertilizer.
  • Once the plants are grown too much (means when they will come out of their container), divide them. Give the extra plants to your neighbour, friends or plant in another pot.

Spider plants are perfect houseplants because they are easy to grow and easy to care. With its tremendous roaming quality - it earned a reputation of long-lived plants. These plants are the best choice for beginners, travellers, students or any plant lover. Have you ever thought about why this plant is named spider plant? Actually, these plants have wiry stems that resemble a spider floating on a web. Spider plants are composed of loose rosettes of leaves, it is leaf has a white centre stripe with common colour - solid light green and variegated dark green.

Which Spot Suites Spider Plants?

As we have discussed, spider plants grow in bright indirect light. Many spiders can tolerate low light conditions, but give your plants more light for faster growth. Keep your plants away from direct sunlight because it can make your plants fade. If you live in a slightly colder region, you can plant spiders as garden covers, but give them a touch of light.

Grow Spider Plants

Spider plants are excellent for decorative purposes, whether you grow in pots or hanging baskets. Their fountain-like habit and trailing plantlets embroider your house with their magnificent looks.

Purchase a pot or make a self container for plantation, which is no more than one third larger than the root ball. Now, fill the container with fertile soil and thoroughly mix Plantic Water Storing Crystals. These crystals help prevent over and underwatering and keep your soil moist. Place the plant in the pot so that the top of the root ball is about 3/4 to 1 inch below the top of the pot for watering.

Fill in with potting mix around the plant to give them support. After plantation, give your plants a drink of Plantic Organic IndoorDrop! Liquid Plant Food. It contains edible nutrients which nurture the soil bed with all essentials. The blend comes with a liquid formulation that feeds your plants instantly. Water your spider plants and let them drain. Then, place them where you want!

When To Water Spider Plants?

After every few days, check your moisture with a pencil, stick or finger, if it goes easily into the soil that means the soil has enough moisture, but if not, then water your plants. Aim the stream of water at the roots of plants, not on top.

Give Your Spider Plants A Little Care

Plants need a little care from their gardener, so feed them when they look hungry (upset). After a month of the plantation, give your plants a periodic touch of Plantic Organic GreenDrop! Liquid Plant Food. Specially formulated for young plants, promote growth and greening and balance soil pH level. Also, it enhances beneficial microbes which further adds more nutrients to the soil bed. Mix 5 ml of Plantic Organic Fertilizer per litre of water and thoroughly drench the soil with a mixture around the plants.

Divide Spider Plants

Spider plants are one of the plants which grow easily and faster. When their trailing leaves come out of the container, you need to divide it. Break it in half of the thirds and share it with your friends, neighbour, or re-pot with the same procedure.

How To Grow More Spider Plants?

Once the spider plants become mature, they will start to produce baby plants (plantlets) at the end of long, stiff stems. Cut the small plant using a gardening tool and plant it in a new pot filled with potting mix and Plantic organic fertilizers.

Well, as you see - how to grow spider plants? So why not start from today, follow the directions and enjoy its centrepiece. All you need to give them a little bit of care - give them bright light, water and a Plantic Organic Green Drop Fertilizer. Share your product with your friends on social media. The bonus: you can sell young spider plants to your nearby shops or online to earn a profit.

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