Seem to remember posting about this some time before but can't remember whether or not anyone knew what I was talking about.
Back when I had a temp job at IBM there was a chlorophytum in an office that had no host plant,which is to say that it was a stem without a rosette of leaves surrounding it,that came up out of the mix and then had baby plants toward the end in the usual manner.
That was some time ago and I don't keep a journal or anything like it,so I have no real record of what plant in my collection came from where.
Seems an easy assumption though that the plant I have here is the same cutting I took back then.
The new "mama" plant has lost all but one of it's original leaves but the stem has babies.
Anyone here have one that does this?
I've grown spiders off and on over the years and never seen one quite like it.