Bonnie, Hanging


Curly Spider Plant
Chlorophytum comosum

Bonnie's a triple threat. She thrives in lower light conditions, is great with pets, and helps purify your air. Spider plants remove unhealthy toxins from the air proliferated by smoke, car exhaust, and synthetics.

Sunlight:Low to bright indirect light. Too much light will bleach her leaves.

Water:Water once a week. Soil can be slightly moist.

Pets:Safe for pets.

Grows:Grows small pups that can be cut off and propagated easily.

Newbies:Great for new plant parents with low light or pets.

Pro-tip: If the green starts fading or looking pale, it's getting too much light. Move to lower light and the color will return.


Hanging basket: Exactly 12 inches from the top of the hook to the soil and a container width of 5 inches.

Foliage length will vary.

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