Spider plant in need of rescue
It's supposed to be impossible to kill a spider plant. But, I seem to be succeeding...
I'm new to gardening/growing. This is only my second plant ever, and it was flowering and beautiful when I bought it. Unfortunately it has slowly become small, and does not flower.
I have watered it very well every few days, which is about how long it takes for the soil to dry out. I re-potted it when I got it, so it still has room to grow. I've had the plant for a few months now. The soil is a Miracle Grow potting soil mix. It hangs inside and gets indirect sunlight from a western window. It has formed a few new "babies" but none have flowered, and they are not very big.
It's not terrible looking, but it needs a little help. I'll attach some photos so you guys can see what I'm working with. ^_^
Here's the plant itself:
As you can see, it's hanging in there, but could be so much better. The flowers are behind it, not part of it. :)
Here are a few close ups of the leaves. Lots or brown tips, curling edges, and dead flowers. :(
Is this as simple as the plant not getting enough water?