Common name: spider
This is one of the most adaptable and forgiving plants. It gets its common name from the small plantlets or spiderettes that dangle down from the mother plant. These plants prefer a slightly tighter environment for their fleshy roots, so repot them only when it feels like they can't absorb enough water.
They thrive in bright indirect light but can tolerate slightly low light conditions.
Prefers high humidity. Water thoroughly, but be careful not to drown the plant.
This plant needs some care
Safe for cats and dogs
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