[amazon asin=B00BBFZBTS&template=Image]Spider plants (Chlorophytum comosum) are reliable, companionable and easy to keep plants. Popular in the 70s and 80s, they are now seeing a well deserved revival. They’re quick growing, putting out wiry stems in the spring and summer which have small white flowers. Spider plants self propagate, producing baby plantlets that are easy to…
Easy peasy. Snip the babies off at the end of the long stalk and either root them in water or soil/compost. Water is the quickest way to get roots, and you simply submerge the bottom of the spider plant cutting for a few weeks.