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Spider plant propagation

April taylor april.taylor at on-ramp.ior.com
Wed Jan 18 16:12:08 EST 1995

> About 6 months ago, I propagated 3 baby spider plants.  They sit beside me 
> now, about 15 inches high, each having about 15-20 leafs..
> I'm patiently waiting for new babies to arrive, so I can propogate some 
> "grand-kids", but I think these plants are using some type of contraceptive 
> or something, cause there's no sign of any babies; all I ever get is 
> more leaves!
> I want spidy-kids!  Any ideas on getting these plants pregnant?  (Is 
> there such a thing as "spidy-aphrodisiacs"?  haha!)
> What acts as a good "growth stimulator?"     --thanks

The spider plant needs to be "pot bound" to produce plantlets.  Be 
paitent and don't transplant them.
A bee%-}

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