Spider Plant 'Babies'
We have a spider plant (Chlorophytum Comosum) which been going bananas lately, producing dozens of flowering vines with baby spider plant "bunches". After our 3-year-old daughter ripped off a few of the babies for fun, we placed them in glasses of water. Much to our delight, they grew long sets of roots in a matter of a couple weeks. We planted these babies in small pots and soon saw some significant growth in them as well!
Surprisingly, however, the small baby plants are now producing flowering vines and look to be ready to spread themselves.
My question to you experts is: should I cut off this vine in the small plants? It seems to me that the plant is wasting a lot of its energy trying to reproduce so quickly. Would the plant bush out more, and do better overall if we snip the vine?
All suggestions and info welcome! Thank you!