Trim Your Spider Plant. The Easy Way!

Spider plants require some pruning to keep them healthy and allow room for new growth

Don’t freak out, as this time, we’re going to talk about a different kind of spider!

Ever heard of spider plants? If you’re reading this article, that means either you’re thinking about getting one, or you already have one at home. Either way, you won’t come out of here empty-handed.

Just like your beard needs shaving sometimes, trimming is also important for your plants.

– It removes dead or dying branches

– It enhances the plants’ quality

– It improves plants’ health

– It encourages strong growth

Although pruning your spider plant might scare you, it is a way simpler task than you think. Trimming must be done once a year and preferably in spring. Now that you know how important trimming your plant is, Let’s talk about the tools that you’ll need.

I- Needed Tools :

– A pair of scissors

– Pruning shears

These are most effective, especially if your plant tends to grow considerably. For your safety, don’t forget to wear gloves when using the tools above.

II- Step By Step :

You grabbed the needed tools? Here is what you need to do now:

– Remove the stem that connects the plants

– Start by trimming the stem near the base

– Once detached from the parent plant, remove it

– Remove any discolored foliage

– Make sure the roots are okay

– Do not cut too deep

III- More About Spider Plants :

As a proud owner of a spider plant, we thought you might need to know a little bit more about this magnificent houseplant:

– Spider plants help clean the air in your environment

– They can grow up to 60 cm tall

– The scientific name of the spider plant is chlorophytum comosum. Try spelling it for a change

– They thrive in temperatures between 20 and 30 °C

We told you that you won’t come out of here empty-handed, and I guess we were right. We hope you learned more about such a delightful plant that will surely add a lot of greenery to your home

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Published by
Jack Newman