Spider plant

Chlorophytum comosum

£16.00
The Spider plant is an incredibly undemanding houseplant. It is super adaptable to differing light conditions. They prefer bright, indirect light, but will also do well in lower light conditions. Do not place this plant in direct sunlight. It gets the name 'Spider plant' due to the baby plants or 'pups' it produces during summer months, which look like spiders.

 

Comes in a 12cm pot 

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£10.00
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£5.75
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£10.50
Rio planter
£14.00
Hackney planter
£5.25

How to care for your Spider plant

Native habitat

Tropical and Southern Africa.

Light and position in the home

Spider plants are super adaptable to different light conditions. They do best in bright, indirect light, but will do fine in lower light conditions too. Avoid direct sunlight, however.

Watering

This plant doesn't like the soil to be too dry or too wet: keep soil moist, and do not allow it to dry out completely

Spider plant

Facts & Stats

Botanical Name

Chlorophytum comosum

Family

Asparagaceae

Plant Type

Tropical perennial

Pet Safe

Yes

Height

27-37cm

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Our plants are guaranteed

We want you to love what we do as much as we do and so if you are unhappy with any aspect of your Lazy Flora delivery, please let us know and we will always make it right. This includes replacing or refunding any plants that don't make it past the first 30 days in your home, no questions asked.

Claire, Lazy Flora Founder