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Posted: by _temp_ on Mon. 6 Aug., 2012 at 9:57:37 AM
I have had a spider plant for a while and noticed it had gotten whiter and whiter and thought maybe it was getting too much light which was indirect

recently I got a new cat so I put the plant on the balcony ledge because I feared she might jump on the shelf

I forgot to move the plant but today I noticed it is much greener and not so white
it still is not direct sunlight for most of the day

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Posted: by flowerpot on Mon. 6 Aug., 2012 at 10:33:35 AM
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..it wasn't getting enough light.  Spider plants are tough, it should come back and be lovely again.

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sounds like a better spot  Actions...
Posted: by green_sleeves on Tue. 7 Aug., 2012 at 1:47:38 AM
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Light: Undemanding. Spider plants prefer bright light, and tend toward scorching in direct sunlight. However, they will grow in conditions ranging from semi-shady to partial direct sun.
Water: Water liberally through the summer. Mist occasionally. During winter, cut watering back.
Mine always did well about 5' from a sunny window indoors.


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