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by Wally on January 04, 2005 01:05 PM
Happy New Year to all!
Hope you had a merry Christmas.
I have a question about a spider plant I've had for almost two years now.It started as a wee sprout from my mother-in-laws over grown plant and has flourished into a huge bush, but no babies!What's going on with this thing?
It's very healthy(only a few brown tips)but it seems to have stalled.I've re-potted too.
Any ideas?
Thanks, Wally.

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by dgp on January 05, 2005 02:46 AM
Spider plants need to be somewhat root-bound before they start sending out spiders. If you've been potting on as the plant has been growing, that's probably the problem. On the other hand, though, you'll have a nice, large, bushy plant when it starts sending out spiders. Should be beautiful.
by TLC on January 08, 2005 01:50 AM
HI I HAVE DONE THE SAME THING I PUT THE SPIDER IN THE BATHROOM WINDOW IT GETS A LOT OF LIGHT SPRAYED THE LEAVES EVERY 2 DAYS AND THE BATHROOM IS VERY HUMID IN A MONTH I HAD A BABY STARTING I HOP THIS HELPS YOU
by Wally on January 09, 2005 03:08 PM
Thanks for the info.
I'm moving in a few weeks so I'll try the bathroom thing then.
I'll let you know.

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