I fought scales for over a year on my mother plant. I even washed the plant with mild soap and water as I read it is a way to get rid of scale. Remove all tire swings from backyards, parks, school yards, campgrounds, church playgrounds, etc. Are you someone with strong organic beliefs? I will be trying the suggestion of planting on the very bottom and then covering the plant as it grows. Trimming and Planting Leaves I use this method, except I use a sharp kitchen utility knife and scissors.
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Sustantivo de género exclusivamente femenino "mesa", "tabla". When the kids moved out Sam dropped the table leaves to make the dining table smaller.
Sustantivo de género exclusivamente masculino "televisor", "piso". Verb not taking a direct object--for example, "She jokes. I can't let anything happen to this plant as I received it from my Mom all those years ago from clippings from her plant. I lost my mom in April Take your finger and scrape at the brown spot.
If it does come off, then you are likely dealing with scale, an insect pest. You should scrape off all of the ones you can see, then create a solution of 1 part rubbing alcohol and 1 part water. Use a cotton swab to wipe down the areas where the pests were. Hi, I've been growing my spider plant for years and have repotted a few times.
It has been doing well until the other day when I went to water it. There was water sitting on top of the soil from its last watering a week or so ago and the leaves were drooping. I've never had this type of problem with my plants so I put more soil on top, which it probably needed anyway, and did not put any more water in it. It's been almost a week and I felt the soil, which is still wet. Is it just being dormant for awhile?
Sounds like it may need to be repotted into some dry soil. But when you replant make sure you break up the root ball a little bit.
I just bought my first spider plant. I am wondering what pups are and when to harvest them. I got some small shoots off a coworker spider plant and put them in soil. How long does it take them to grow? I have one inside the house and a couple outside on my deck. The pups should be well-rooted in a few weeks. You can put them back outside once they have settled into their pots. Otherwise, just keep the plants watered and out of direct sunlight, which can burn spider plants. To make your plant flower, leave it!
Plenty of water during its growing season. Once the leaves start to get large it will then start to put out legs and the flowers come on those. But they will only put out leaves until the pot is too small.
I would show you mine but can't send pic. Spider plants send out shoots from the plant that will produce small white flowers when the mother plant starts getting root bound. Generally, they don't send out shoots which is the plant looking for new soil. Once the new baby plants are a couple inches across, then you can plant them. Either pinch them off and plant them or set the end flower of top of a small pot with soil until it roots itself. I bought them as babies and so I put them in a pot of their own and had then for bought 2 weeks and have them sitting on the west wall of my den so then get the east sun in the morning.
Is that enough sun for them? That may not be enough. They like bright but indirect sun. Can all the little offshoots still be potted? I've had some trouble with plants in the past due to inconsistent watering. What approach do you use to have enough, but not too much? Specifically, what will happen to my spider plant if I over water it?
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