Spider Plants are very easy to care for, they like a little light and a little water to thrive. It doesn't take long that they will be sending out their little tiny shoots out to grow more baby plants.
We carry a variety of sizes of green houseplant Spider Plants in our shop. From small 6" pots to larger hanging baskets. Visit us today and see our variety of plants for your home.
Attention Cat & Dog owners. Spider plants are not toxic to pets!
Golden Pothos House Plant
Golden Pothos (Scindapsus aures)
Sometimes also called Devil's ivy.
Pothos house plants grow much like a hanging vine. They are wonderfully hardy and easy to grow. Requiring a little watering and low light.
We have Pothos available in 6" pots and large 12" hanging baskets.
Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum 'Mauna Loa')
The peace lily (Spathiphyllum) is one of the most common of houseplants avaialble. Peace lilies have glossy green leaves, and they bloom normally spring through summer. In warmer climates some species of Spathiphyllum are suitable for humid shade borders.
In addition to being a hardy plant, they are powerhouses at cleaning the air, making them a valuable addition in a home setting as a natural air purifyer.
They like bright light, but will grow in low light too.
They also prefer an evenly moist soil with good drainage so the roots don't rot.
Snake Plant (Sansevieria trifasciata 'Laurentii')
Often called "Mother in Law's Tongue."
This serpentine growing plant is great for those that don't have a green thumb. The snake plant likes moderate to bright light. Minimal watering, about every 7 to 10 days. Water it well, then let the soil dry before watering again. Note too that this is a toxic plant when eaten, so keep away from pets and children.
Chinese Evergreen (Aglaonema modestum)
Chinese evergreen is a very versatile low light, low growing green house plant. They're produced in many different varieties. The foliage is either silvery green with some dark green or the reverse, mostly dark green with light green streaks.
Keep the plant in rooms above 55° as a Chinese evergreen gets mottled brown spotting on it's leaves when too cold, and the damage is irreversible.
Weeping Fig (Ficus benjamina)
One of the most popular houseplants for home owners. This may be because while the weeping fig is relatively easy to grow in and around the home, the plant is better off grown with minimal care, not given an over-abundance of attention. Too much loving care seems to kill the weeping fig.
The Weeping Fig is actually Native to the Himalaya area of India.
The plant likes bright light, but not direct sun. Indoor room temperatures should be between 60 and 80 degrees (F). Water every 12-14 days. Basicly let the soil get bone dry before watering again. When you see the rootball having pulled away from the wall of the pot, water immediately.
Rubber Plant (Ficus elastica)
The rubber plant is usually one of the easiest houseplants to care for. As long as the plant receives the recommended water levels, this plant can survive in low light environments.
The plant likes moist soil, so watering once or twice a week is required. It will grow in low light.
And these complete NASA's air purifying plant list: