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February 7, 2021

Spider Plants.





I'm growing Spider Plants from this
original plant for my new office. So
far, there are 2 larger pots and then 4
small pots that will need to be placed
into dirt soon. It's far too cold to take
these in to the big city where my new
office is, so I'll keep growing at home.
Once they are there, I'll take a photo. 

~ Chy

10 comments:

Granny Marigold said...

Your plants are doing so well. I really appreciate how easy to care for Spider plants are.

Mereknits said...

I love spider plants but have never had luck growing them, yours look wonderful. Stay safe.

Chy said...

I love Spider Plants too Granny. Never have an issue getting them to grow and thrive!

X Chy

Chy said...

Meredith, I had some issues in our last house but I think the light in this house and the better air quality has greatly helped.

Enjoy your week!

X Chy

Debi said...

I used to have spider plants many years ago. They will surely brighten up your new office.

Deb said...

I love spider plants. When I was a little girl, my mom had a huge spider plant in our living room, so spider plants always bring good memories of childhood. I have a spider plant in my home office now, but no baby spiders. Maybe someday. Hope you have a good week. See you again soon.

At Home In New Zealand said...

I'd forgotten how lovely these plants look. We often had one growing in a pot somewhere around the place, but not for several years now. Thanks for jogging my memory :)

Chy said...

There are pretty Margaret! I'm happy to jog your memory.

X Chy

Betsy said...

Your plants are so pretty. I have never been able to grow spider plants. I'll have a south facing window in our new home so I'm hopeful that some plants will grow for me there.
Blessings,
Betsy

Chy said...

Oh thank you Betsy! I have found they can grow well if the right mix of sun (but not too much) and humidity (but not too much) is present! I'm looking forward to hearing more about your new home.

X Chy