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I have two happy spider plants to show you today. I keep one in a hanging pot in my screened porch. Notice the little "babies" that are seen on the ends of the long branches of the plant. It was a bit breezy yesterday when I snapped this picture, so all the babies are blown to one side.
If you plant a baby, it'll grow into a nice sized plant in no time.
See how my plant needs tending? Some of the older, larger babies have some brown leaves that should be removed. I am not the gardeners that Ann, and Tootsie are, I'm afraid.
Here's my favorite spider plant; I keep it indoors. This is one side of it.
Here is the other side. Notice, please, that there are no brown, unsightly branches. Do you know why?
Because it's faux! If it fooled you, don't feel funny. I've had visitors to my home, walk over to the plant and touch it because they didn't believe me when I told them that it wasn't real!