Spider Plant Shoots

Discussion in 'Plant Propagation' started by andreaaaaaaa7, Aug 18, 2009.

  1. andreaaaaaaa7

    andreaaaaaaa7 Member

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    I got a spider plant clipping last December, and it didn't really start growing much until we hit warm weather in the Spring, around May/June. It's gotten pretty big, but it still hasn't sprouted any shoots to form spider babies. Does anyone know when this will happen or why it hasn't? Thanks!!
     
  2. joclyn

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    i think they need to grow/mature for a bit before they put out offshoots. they like to be rootbound - that helps with causing blooms to develop (and the offshoots form from the flowers)
     

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