Weird, unexplained things have always happened to me in my life, but this is just a mystery almost a miracle I would say! I have a normal spider plant. I have had this spider plant about 10 years. I also believe it is male, because it has never grown babies. I have indoor plants as well as outdoor plants, however, I would not call myself garden guru at all. I realize when plants are placed together, such as in a window, they will start to cling together. I don't know why they do this. However, this spider plant hangs in a window in the kitchen by itself. Recently I bought a fake plant that lights up and has white flowers with orange in the middle similar to a poinsettia. I placed it on the table underneath the spider plant. After about 2 months I noticed another plant growing out of the spider plant. Remarkably, it looks a lot like the fake plant underneath it. This new plant has a strong stock and is growing straight out with little white flowers with orange in the middle. Is it possible that a new plant that is the fake plant could be growing out of my spider plant. Weirder things have happened. I have attached pictures. I would love some feedback. Thank you. Jenny
IMO, you have a baby spider growing- no mystery there- I don't think there are sex differences in spider plants- I have 2 offspring plants from a neighbors plant that produces dozens of babies- I rooted several from it- my 2 are totally barren, and not even like each other- take a look at the plants on each end- the center is an Aloe Vera- the spider on the left has skinny long leaves- on the right the leaves are quite wide and shorter- I have no explanation for this- I potted them both in the same mix and they get fed the same- I guess they are like children- they are individuals!!