Spider Ivy, known as Chlorophytum comosum, is a lush, easy-care indoor plant with a tropical flair. Its long, arching leaves, available in green or variegated forms, bring a touch of nature indoors.

Thriving in bright, indirect light, Spider Ivy is perfect for brightening up your indoor spaces. Rotate the plant regularly to ensure even growth and vibrant foliage.

Light for Lush Growth

Keep your Spider Ivy's soil slightly moist, using the "finger test" to avoid overwatering. In winter, reduce watering as the plant enters dormancy for balanced care.

Watering Wisdom

Fertilize your Spider Ivy every 2-4 weeks during the growing season for optimal health. When potting, choose a well-draining mix and a pot with drainage holes to encourage growth.

Fertilizing and Potting

Easily propagate Spider Ivy through offsets or division, expanding your indoor garden. Regular pruning maintains its shape and health, enhancing its beauty in your home.

Propagation & Maintenance