water – During initial growth, water occasionally; once fully developed (within one year), water moderately.
Soil – Grow in a soil-based, soil mix. Spider plants like even moisture; they don’t like to be too dry or too wet.
Light – Keep plants in bright to moderate indirect sunlight. Spider plants do not appreciate direct, hot sunlight, which can burn their leaves, causing brown tips and spots.
Plant Tip – Spider plants grow fairly quickly and can easily become pot bound. Plan to repot a spider plant about every other year. Spider plants can be grown outdoors as annuals during the summer. They look especially good along the edge of a container or bed, as long as they are kept out of direct sunlight.
Spider plant yellow is easy-to-grow houseplants look especially nice in a hanging basket and it was favorite in Victorian-era households. Here’s how to grow spider plants yellow in your home during the summer, spider plants may produce tiny white flowers on long stems, as well as baby spider plants (offsets) called “pups”. The pups look like tiny spiders, hence the plant’s name! Spider plants were once highlighted by NASA for their reported air-purifying ability. Though a large amount of plants would be required to reap any benefits in the home. Nonetheless, they are a classic and attractive plant to add to your space.