How To Start Baby Spider Plants 


Spider plants have long green and white foliage and a reputation for being one of the easiest houseplants to grow.

When spider plants are happy, they will reproduce prolifically, offering you an overflow of adorable new babies.

These spiderettes are easy to propagate, and they will quickly grow into new plants!

Spider plants can be easily propagated in water.  It is a simple and effective way to grow them!

Wait until the baby spider plant has developed roots before cutting it off the main plant.

You will need to find a jar that can support the plant and allow it's roots to dangle in the water-see the full post for details!

Here you can see root growth on a spider plant after just a few weeks in water!