The spider plant ‘Reverse Variegatum’ produces deep green leaves with narrow white borders. While this is a low-maintenance plant, it is not as drought tolerant as many other varieties and may not be as forgiving if allowed to get too dry. The plants will eventually produce long stems (runners) with tiny white flowers and “baby” plants attached that can be removed and propagated to grow new plants. This is a good plant to grow in a hanging basket or to set on a shelf or plant stand where the baby “spiderettes” can dangle freely.
Easy to grow indoors or outdoors. Looks great grown in containers and hanging baskets. Potted Chlorophytum plants can be grown outdoors in the summer and brought back inside when temperatures are expected to fall below 50 degrees F (10 degrees C). Can be grown outdoors year-round in frost-free climates; grow it in a pot or in the ground.