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Creative Living & Growing with Bren Haas

Curly Spider Plant Chlorophytum Bonnie

Not only is this a compact houseplant it is perfect for most any home. The curly spider plant or Chlorophytum Bonnie is by far one of my favorite plants to enjoy year-round.  Check out fun growing tips and more from my personal experience.

About the Curly Spider Plant ‘Bonnie’

Curly Spider Plant named Bonnie

Curly Spider Plants are super easy  to grow indoors and outdoors.  However, do remember to bring the plant indoors if you live in cool hardiness zone like I do.  The Curly Spider plant or Chlorophytum Bonnie is a compact variety with swirly leaves.  Mostly because this plant is originally from Africa, it can take some serious heat in part shade.  Hard to imaging without seeing the plant in person but it is part of the airplant family.  In the video below check out how this plant performs in my dome greenhouse.  I think the many new ‘baby’ plants will surprise you.  The long tubers or roots coming from the new plants are amazing as you will see in the video.

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This video is one of the many you will find on my Bren Haas Channel.  Be sure to scroll down and see more fun facts about this amazing houseplant.

Curly Spider Plant Images

Every time I enter my space where this curly spider plant grows I can’t help but feel happy.  It has got to be the easiest plant to take care of and enjoy. If your home is dry like mine is you will want to keep an eye on the soil.  The key indoors is to not let the soil get too dry. It also response to a nice mist of water from time to time indoors. 

Root System of the Spider plant

The greenhouse dome environment keeps the plant humid and happy year round.  Adding some moss or other mulch to the hanging container to keep the soil moist is recommended.

More Houseplants Bren Recommends

If you enjoy this post you will want to check out more about houseplants on my site.  As time allows, new posts featuring easy growers and my personal experience can be found here.

“Plants give us oxygen for the lungs and for the soul.”

Let’s Connect

In conclusion to watching the video and seeing how I grow this plant I would be honored to hear from you.  Be sure to leave a comment or connect with me on my website.  You will want to stay tuned to see what I end up doing with all these new baby plants so be sure to follow my story.

Happy Houseplant Growing,

Bren Haas

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Bren Haas

Bren Haas

Bren Haas is the creator of GardenChat which is the first online gardening social community using social media. Her website features gardening tips and tricks, recipes, travel ideas, product reviews, and social media how-to help from her personal and unique experiences.

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