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Posted 1M ago by @LucidOakmoss

Hello im new to this app,an I am excited to be here this ...

#SpiderPlant
2ft to light, indirect
Last watered 1 month ago
To propagate a spider plant you’ll have to wait until it pops out a β€œpup”. When the pup matures, you can cut and prop in water or soil!
Here’s a link with a helpful video!

https://youtu.be/kNRZE95am84?si=f4CVpVhLqSQAl7T6
Hi @LucidOakmoss and welcome to Greg! It’s a great place to learn and get inspired about plants πŸͺ΄. One thing you’ll learn is that it’s best to have plants in a pot with drainage holes πŸ•³οΈ. That way excess water can drain out. Otherwise water pools at the bottom of the pot and literally will eventually drown and rot your plant. Newbies to Greg will see we talk a lot about root rot because it’s something that happens when we overwater- either by watering too often or using too much water πŸ’¦ So see if you can get your plants into pots with drainage πŸ‘πŸͺ΄. Enjoy your plants!
Thank you to all whom replied