[Spider Plant]
[Spider Plant]
[Spider Plant]
[Spider Plant]
[Spider Plant]
[Spider Plant]
[Spider Plant]
[Spider Plant]

Charlotte [Spider Plant]

chlorophytum comosum 'Variegatum'

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Regular price R 119.00 Save R -119.00

Proudly South African, Spider Plants have earned their status as one of the world's most popular houseplants. Bright and bushy, they make great hanging plants and are easy to care for, growing in a variety of conditions. They're also one of NASA's top ten air-purifying plants. 

Comes in a 16cm hanging pot. Hook can be un-clipped. Decorative pots sold separately.

Flat shipping rates apply per order (add more plants & pay the same on shipping). Gauteng R79, Western Cape R89. Rest of South Africa R119 (Except Limpopo, Mpumalanga & Northern Cape R149).

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Caring for Charlotte


Spider plants will adapt to various light conditions, but will be happiest in bright indirect light. Too much sun will burn the leaves, and too little light will lead to weak growth. They also grow happily outside in semi-shade to shade.

Water & humidity

Water when the top 2-3cm of soil is dry, overwatering will lead to root rot.


Fertilise sparingly with a balanced organic plant food every month or two, overfertilising will lead to brown leaf tips. 


Although Spider Plants grow fast, they only need to be re-potted every second year or so, as most of the plant's energy goes into producing new plantlets, which dangle on long runners, that in the wild grow along the ground. This enables the plantlets to root in the soil. These can be snipped off to make baby plants. It's also easy to split Spider Plants during re-potting.

Atrium Top Tip

A healthy Spider Plant will have fronds that arch upwards and hang down. If fronds are looking flattened, brown, or the leaves are falling off, try moving it to another location and check that it's getting the right amount of water.

Quirky plant fact

Spider Plants produce little star shaped flowers along tall stems. There are 38 species of Chlorophytum found in South Africa, easily recognised by the runners that produce plantlets, which root along the ground. The plants have been used by the Nguni to infuse a protection charm for pregnant mothers.