2. Watering

In the case of spider plants, less is more, so avoid overwatering. To ensure your spider plant remains healthy, use distilled or purified water to nourish it. Tap water usually contains minerals such as salt and fluoride, which are compounds unfamiliar to spider plants in their natural environment. The build-up of these compounds in your plant can destroy it. To avoid shocking the plant, use water that is kept at room temperature.

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