The eco pot and fast-growing plant to make your home a Green space in no time!
The stylish Curly Spider Bonnie characterized by its bright leaves and compact size is combined with a biodegradable handmade coconut fibre bowl Kokodama, as well as a detachable hanger so you can choose to hook it up immediately or have it trailing down from a shelf while keeping your indoor garden completely plastic-free!
The Curly Spider Bonnie is super easy to look after and perfect for those just starting out on their plant journey. This plant is trailing by nature and has the ability to produce yellow flowers once it has matured.
Our eco pot Kododamas are made in Sri Lanka in collaboration with local communities and every bowl sold will help projects that give school children a better future
But what is the correct spelling?
Kokedama: A Japanese tradition, they are bowls made with moss on which the plant grows.
Kokodama: Our Kokodamas are inspired on the Japanese tradition but made with coconut fibre, hence the slight variation on their name!
Key Benefits of Curly Spider Plant Bonnie eco Kokodama
As part of the NASA Clean Air Study, Spider plants were shown to be the most effective in removing carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, Xylene, and toluene. Better than most indoor plants!
Other researchers also noted that placing Chlorophytum Comosum in hospital rooms helps speed up patients’ recovery rate compared to patients in rooms without the plant.
Curly Spider Plant Kokodama Care Tips
- The Chlorophytum Comosum plant will thrive in well-lit rooms but out of direct sunlight.
- The ideal temperatures are between 12 and 22 °C.
- Make sure to remove the plant from your Kokodama before watering and place it back once the water is not dripping from the container.
- Water generously from spring to autumn and less in the winter.
- Spider plants store nutrients in their tubers so they don’t need too much feeding. A weak fertilizer once a month during the growing season only is plenty.
- The plant will appreciate yearly repotting during the spring. Use a well-draining organic soil mix.
The Curly Spider Plant Story
Where is it from?
Spider plants are members of the Asparagaceae family and are native to southern Africa.
Who is the Curly Spider Plant?
The genus name, Chlorophytum, is a combination of the Greek words chloros and phyton, which together mean green plant.
Outdoors, the spider plant can produce small, fragrant, star-shaped white flowers that are attractive to bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, and other pollinators. Indoors, they are unlikely to bloom flowers.
Good For You!
Humidity: Spider plants have a high transpiration rate; the water they consume evaporates into the air increasing humidity.
Is The Curly Spider Plant The Right Plant For Me?
A lot of novice plant owners start with Spider Plants and it is clear to understand why. They are really easy to look after, some say they are unkillable!
This popular plant also adds a lovely fresh look to any room.
Pets: Safe for all!
How tall does it grow? More compact than other Spider plants, it can grow to be 8inches tall and wide.
A contemporary twist on a popular traditional plant. In an ecological pot, The Curly Spider Plant Kokodama is available now!