WANTED: Spider plant

cojesa(4)February 24, 2014

The tubular roots from a spider plant, can they be planted to create a new plant? Can I split them to propagate them. Thanks

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Yes you can. The easy way to do it is to allow the stem ends to root and the separate the stem from the main plant. You can also devide the plant into different pots making 2 or more plants. If you do not have a spider plant I can trade you some.

    Bookmark   February 25, 2014 at 9:21AM
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