Chlorophytum comosum 'Vittatum'
Spider Plant grouping I grow outside full shade by my hot tub. I've never fussed overr this one and it's taken to the area well.
This is one of two Spiders that I have, both measure in excess of 3 feet across and 3 feet in length.I keep it in indirect southern exposure, watering when top soil feels dry. I feed the majority of my plants a very diluted fertilizer every time I water.
Flowering spider plant
Spider plant baby
This plant is 2 years old.
Close-up of the flower of spider plant, August 2002. These insects did a good job of pollinating; I had a bunch of volunteer seedlings that came up all around the plant (yes, seedlings, not rooted plantlets). The seedlings had lost the variegation of the mother plant but were identical otherwise.
I am also a Parrot Head
Plantlet closeup ~ once roots grow to this point, you can easily pot them up and start a new plant.
One of 5 branches of a 4 foot long wand.
Paper clip used to hold in place.
Two spiders in one pot left green outside beige inside right beige outside green inside
Baby plant and seedpods.
Recovering from neglect & transplant. Taken Oct 2005
After spending the summer outdoors. This all started from one plant a few years ago.
A sport that showed up on a reverse varigated. I've never seen another like it.
A close-up of my "White Spider".
Grows great here la. Very easy to care for.
Hanging coconut planter.
Spider Plant Flower, the blooms are short lived with a lifespan of a few hours.
poor mans pot
Chlorophytum comosum (Thunb.) Jacques
Young spider plant with green down the center of the leaves and white on the outside.
with a million gajillion babies! they seeded all over my yard.
Rooting baby spider plants in water.
Rachel's potted Spider Plant Waihi, NZ
Propagating the pups!
A Variegaed Spider baby