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Jade and Spider in Cane Basket
Golden Glow Plant, also known as Spider plant with lush green leaves dangling down from its mother plant forming a miniature web garden around the pot. This plant removes indoor pollutant while making air oxygen rich and moisturized freshening up the indoor atmosphere and keeping surrounding bright, green and lush.
Much of its popularity stems from the low levels of care needed; the jade plant requires little water in the summer and even less in the winter. Jade plants are succulents making them fairly resilient and easy to grow indoors
Jade are very easy to maintain but are susceptible to too much moisture. As with all other succulents, Jade does not take over watering lightly. So, it is important to check the soil which has to be completely before adding water. For proper care, fertilize the Jade plant once in every six months. Use a balanced, soluble fertilizer that can reach the roots easily.
The plant also needs sunlight to develop their full potential. Lack of sun makes them stunted and scanty. Young plants should be exposed to at least five to six hours of direct morning sunlight to thrive. Harsh, afternoon sun must be avoided else the leaves can burn. It is also important to choose a quality soil mix for good growth of Jade. Ideally, soil should have a neutral to slightly acidic pH levels with a well-drained pot so that water is not accumulated.
Spider Plants are among the most popular houseplants that thrive in warm and humid conditions. They also sometimes bear small, star-shaped flowers and after the flowers fall off tiny plantlets replace them which can then be propagated to create new potted plants.
Spiders flourish in light shade. Ideal place for them to be kept is around a bright shade window or patio door that gets indirect sunligh
Why is my Jade plant experiencing loss of leaves?
Combined with underdeveloped leaves and leggy growth, this may be a sign of inadequate lighting. Move your plant to a place with better lighting. If necessary, supply it with artificial light.
Why is the Jade plant turning yellow?
The most common sign that the plant is turning yellow is due to overwatering. Being a succulent, leaves of Jade store water and so it does not need to be watered frequently. Despite solving the water problem if the plant continues to turn yellow make sure to check the roots and re-pot it.
Why is my Spider plant too sparse?
Spider is an easy to grow plant but if it begins to suddenly struggle after months of being a healthy plant, it likely needs more room for its roots.
Why are the tips of Spider Plant leaves burned?
Brown tips can occur if a Spider Plant is getting too much direct sunlight. Always keep your plant in indirect light or shady conditions.
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