Spider plant: Comes in 6 inch hanging basket Beginner indoor plant
Water once a week
A beloved favorite and popular choice from beginners to houseplant enthusiasts, the spider plant or Chlorophytum comosum is typically an easy one to care for. With the proper light, temperature and watering conditions, your plant will thrive for years to come. Follow these quick and easy steps to care for your spider plant and keep it looking and feeling great.
Place the spider plant in an area of the home that is not hit by direct sunlight. Spider plants thrive in bright, natural light environments common in the home. Keep yours in an area such as a living room or dining room, away from a window with direct sunlight, but light enough for adequate nutrition. 2
Water the plant when the soil feels dry to the touch. Give it enough water to moisten the soil, but do not let it get soggy. Typically, you should water about once a week. If you find that the ends of the leaves on your plant are turning brown, this could be from the water you're using. Try using regular tap water