I managed to keep a house plant alive for over six months. Here’s how I did it.
Here are the steps I took to keep a house plant alive for more than six months, and counting.
I asked for a house plant last year during Christmas. I didn’t have any house plants and heard they’d be good for oxygen and landing more ladies, neither of which I can confirm or endorse.
I’m glad I got a spider plant, because it turns out they’re quite low maintenance, which is likely why it is likely still living today. Any other plant would have already died in my presence.
Here’s what I did.
Poured some water on it.
No singing, I know, this is a surprise. Singing would likely make it grow faster and look less ugly. Cannot confirm.
Positioned it by a window.
Now it gets some sunlight, not always darkness, likely helps with the plant’s depression.
I took off the original pot that came with it, then it grew much faster. Highly recommend doing this for all plant owners. That original pot is definitely restrictive, or so I think. Little baby spider plantlings started to grow within weeks after this maneuver.
Very little growth, possibly due to cold, little sunlight, not sure.
And those are the reasons why my house plant has finally survived more than six months.