Pot up a rooted ‘spiderlet’
A few weeks ago I noticed that one of the baby ‘spiderlets’ from our kitchen spider plant had been knocked off its runner.
I popped it into a jar of water and it soon started to take root – the easiest form of plant propagation there is!
The roots are now robust enough to take potting up in container compost. Simply place the plant in a clean pot and cover the roots with fresh houseplant compost.
Firm it in, water it and place your new plant on a light windowsill.
Spider plants are one of the easiest plants to propagate