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Spider Plant - Chlorophytum comosum - 6cm Pot

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Spider Plant - Chlorophytum comosum - 6cm Pot

Product Code: PPL206

Spider Plant - Chlorophytum comosum - 6cm Pot

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Phrases like 'Terrascaping', 'Bio-Active' and 'Living Terrariums' are becoming more and more common in the world of reptile and amphibian care, as keepers become more aware of the benefits of creating a living ecosystem for their pets.

Apart from the aesthetic appeal of a planted terrarium there are some very real, tangible benefits for the animals. Living plants provide natural cover and climbing perches, shade, basking sites and maintain natural humidity. Just as live plants in an office can improve workers well-being, live plants in a terrarium will have the same effect for animals.

But not all plants are suitable for terrarium use and it is important to not only choose the correct plants for the environment but also to select species or varieties that do not grow too large. Many houseplants for sale appear suitable when they are small specimens in a garden centre, but given time they may end up as giants that overwhelm a terrarium.

ProRep are delighted to introduce a comprehensive range of live plants. These are not just small houseplants but are a selected range of species that are ideally suited to the terrarium, including some of the more unusual or rare types. They have carefully selected the range so that there are plants to suit all habitats and growth patterns. There are succulents for arid environments, bromeliads, ground cover plants and epiphytes for jungle setups as well as aquatic plants and mosses.

Whatever the environment you're trying to re-create, you will be able to use live plants to suit.

Chlorophytum comosum

Spider Plants form clumps of arching leaves and stolon's with baby plants on. They grow best in damp conditions and this is where the best shape and colour is achieved. Plants grown in conditions that frequently dry out will be pale in colour and often loose leaves. The do however quickly recover and are quite difficult to actually kill. Grown high up in the terrarium then this plant makes a great backdrop.