Spider Plants
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spider plants

Zone FY1 3RX | michaelt41@gmail.com added on May 25, 2018 | Answered

hi, i have a few young spider plants kept indoors potted in compost, in warm weather they seem to dry out fast and seem to be loose and leaning to one side. the question is can i water them has soon has they dry out or will i be over watering them or are the pots to big ie not enough roots to hold stems upright.

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WillCreed
Answered on May 25, 2018

Please post a photo that shows the entire Spider Plant, including its pot so we can see what concerns you.

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ddmarre55
Answered on May 25, 2018

I use to have Spider plants, as all plants when you water make sure it comes out at the bottom of the plant, and always turn them so they get the light on all sides. Make sure the soil is not too packed so the water can go through. If you pot them yourself, it is always good to have rocks at the bottom of the whole in the pot for proper draining.

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