Welcome to a world where the robust spider plant reigns, offering a splash of greenery and a breath of fresh air to any space. Known for their resilient nature, spider plants have been purifying air since the era of Victorian parlors. These stripey foliaged friends aren't just plants; they're pieces of history, famously filling the homes of the 1970s with a touch of verdant nostalgia. Perfect for both newbies and seasoned plant parents, spider plants are a testament to nature's simplicity in beauty.

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  • Watering

    Quenching your spider plant's thirst needs finesse: water well but let the soil dry out a bit between drinks. Curious about the specifics? Learn more about how to water your spider plant here.

  • Lighting

    Illuminate your spider plant's life with bright, indirect sunlight for the perfect glow. Interested in learning more? Read more about lighting your spider plant here.

  • Care Guide

    Nurturing a spider plant is rewarding and simple with our expert tips. The right mix of water, light, and love. Dive deeper with our comprehensive spider plant care guide.

Your journey to plant parenthood is incomplete without the classic spider plant. With our mantra, we invite you to explore Flora's carefully selected range. Adopt a spider plant today and join our mission to bring more green into every home. Your new leafy companion awaits to spruce up your living space.

Spider Plant FAQ

What is a spider plant?

A spider plant, scientifically known as Chlorophytum comosum, is a popular and hardy houseplant recognized by its long, slender leaves and growth habit that resembles a spider. It's a favorite for its air-purifying qualities and ease of care.

Are spider plants toxic to pets?

Spider plants are a popular choice for pet owners because they are non-toxic to both cats and dogs. Always ensure pets don't overindulge on plant leaves, as it may cause mild digestive discomfort due to the unusual fibers. For more pet-safe gardening tips, visit our Flora blog.

How often to water a spider plant?

Water a spider plant roughly once a week, but always check that the top inch of soil is dry before watering again. They prefer to dry out slightly between watering sessions.

How much light does a spider plant need?

Spider plants thrive in bright, indirect sunlight. They can tolerate low light but flourish with more light exposure. However, direct sunlight can scorch their leaves, so it's best to avoid placing them in full sun.

How long does a spider plant live?

With proper care, spider plants can live for many years, often lasting decades. They grow rapidly and can be propagated easily, making them timeless additions to your home.

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It's not local when garden center trucks travel 1,500-3,000 miles on average to deliver your plants from far away brokers. We aim to keep our greenhouses under 150 miles* (often much less), away from the growers which results in reduced pollution, plant waste and damages, and lower the amount of time the plant is in transit.

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  • Step 1

    We use wood fiber to cover our soil to help prevent soil spillage.

  • Step 2

    The wood fiber is placed over the soil, right under the foliage. 

  • Step 3

    We then use a plastic bag to cover the planter and wood fiber portion of the plant. 

  • Step 4

    Next we secure it tightly with a zip-tie.

  • Step 5

    We then place the houseplant in a paper bag and secure it safely with a rubber band.

  • Pair With Our Free App

    Our free-to-use app provides watering reminders, in-depth care guides, fertilization and repotting tips, a plant identifier, a community of 150,000+ plant parents, and so much more.

  • Detailed Plant Care Guides

    Get personalized insights for your favorite plants. Flora's magical AI will fine-tune our recommendations to your micro-climate, potting conditions, plant's long-term health, and more.

  • Save Plants & The Earth

    Save both your plants, and the Earth! We've partnered with Patagonia's 1% for the Planet to donate 1% of all our proceeds to environmental sustainability efforts.