How do you care for a spider plant UK?

How do you care for a spider plant UK?

How do you care for a spider plant UK?

Provide them with well-drained soil and bright, indirect light and they will flourish. Water them well but do not allow the plants to become too soggy, which can lead to root rot. In fact, spider plants prefer to dry out some between waterings.

Can you grow spider plants outside UK?

Spider plants can be moved outside to a reasonably sunny patio in summer – but make sure you bring them back indoors before the weather turns very cold and frosty in autumn.

When should I repot my spider plant UK?

A healthy, growing spider plant can usually be repotted once every 1-2 years. They don’t mind being root-bound, but they tend to grow so fast that you do end up having to change them out relatively often!

Where should I put a spider plant in my house?

Spider plant needs are simple: Place the plant in bright to moderate light in a room that’s a comfortable temperature for everyone. Keep the soil slightly moist. Once-a-week watering is sufficient in spring and summer; in winter, allow the soil to dry a bit more between waterings.

Where do I put my spider plant?

You can place your spider plant in any room that gets some sunlight, but it shouldn’t be placed in the full afternoon sun. An ideal place is somewhat close to a northern-facing window (southern-facing for you on the southern hemisphere). This is where the plant gets some (weaker) sunlight and it won’t get too much.

Can spider plants survive winter?

Native to South Africa, spider plants need a warm, tropical climate to survive outside. They can be grown like a perennial in zones 9-11 and as an annual in cooler climates. Spider plants outside cannot tolerate any frost. If planting them as annuals in cooler climates, be sure to wait until there’s no danger of frost.

Is a spider plant indoor or outdoor?

Spider plants prefer temperatures between 55 and 80°F (13–27°C), which makes them a great indoor houseplant. Fertilize up to twice a month in the spring and summer, however, avoid overfertilization. See more Houseplant Growing Tips.