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Spider plant grows from a fleshy root known as a tuber. Each plant is capable of producing multiple tubers, resulting in rapid spread over large areas if these are not lifted, separated and only a few replanted. The original species has strappy or grass-like leaves that are plain and mid green; more popular are the named varieties that have white central striping or white margins on each blade.

Spider plant's flowers are small, white-green and in clusters on arching stems that grow 75cm or longer. The tip of each stem produces a small bunch of leaves. When these plantlets come into contact with the soil or potting mix, they form roots and new plants form. These are the 'spiderettes' or 'chickens' of the mother plant.
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