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Spider Plant (Chlorophytum comosum) potted plant, organic

(3 customer reviews)

$7.50$19.95

Family:  Asparagus (Asparagaceae)

Hardy to Zones 9 to 11, but usually grown indoors in hanging baskets, giving the strap-like leaves a chance to fountain and send out white-flowered stolons and new plantlets.

(Airplane Plant, Saint Bernard’s Lily, Ribbon Plant, Dian-lan)  The plant lends a lively green touch to any sunny room, produces oxygen, and cleanses the air of toxic substances such as formaldehyde.  The plant is harmless to pets.  The roots are employed (TCM): arresting cough, eliminating phlegm, detoxification, promoting blood circulation and helping heal fractures.  Transplant to a larger pot on receipt and hang in a sunny window.  Water frequently.  We have both variegated and mono color (green) plants.  If you have a preference, please let us know when ordering (use the “order comments” field at checkout).

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  1. Frani

    So grateful to find organic spider plants. Awesome company!

    Frani (verified owner)

    My plants arrived in beautiful condition, expertly wrapped, full and healthy. There was a minor mix-up with my first order, and their wonderful Customer Service immediately shipped more plants to correct the problem. I cannot praise this company enough. Happy customer!

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    Trinity

    Hello, do you use any fertilizers by any chance? I am wanting this for my tortise enclosure and want to be extra sure it is safe for them

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      hi trinity, these are certified organically grown, they are not produced using commercial fertilizers, we use only organic compost. r

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    Frani Cross

    Do you grow spider plants without pesticides? My cats like to eat the leaves, as a treat!

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      hi frani, your cats would be safe with us, we use no pesticides. r

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    • Frani Cross

      I am thrilled to find your wonderful company, where I can buy safe, no-pesticides spider plants, safe for our two cats! They love to munch them so much, so I pick one frond at a time and feed them one daily, as a special treat. They have demolished all my home-grown spider plants, and I am desperate for replacements. You have a new forever customer! Thanks so much for offering clean treasures!

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      no prob, i am sure nursery staff will wend you excellent spidies, they always do. richo

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  4. Kendra

    Kendra

    Received 3 very healthy looking and carefully packed plants. They were much larger than I expected! So happy to find organically grown spider plants.

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  5. hope4thepride

    hope4thepride

    Wow! You folks never cease to amaze me! To learn that this common house plant has such wonderful medicinal attributes, in addition to the “common knowledge” of it being a good air-cleaner… I’ve got several books on TCM, none of which include this plant! Thanks again for your vital work 🙂

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