Although the Spider Plant isn’t fussy about lighting conditions, it does prefer moderate, indirect light. Keep the plant away from direct light or the leaves can get sunburned. If brown spots start to develop, move the plant to a place with less sunlight.
Spider Plants like to dry out a bit between waterings. Avoid placing your plant near heat vents. This can cause the tips to turn brown.
Use a half-strength all-purpose fertilizer two times a month during the Spring and Summer. Do not fertilizer in the Fall and Winter.
During the Summer months, your Spider Plant may grow tiny white flowers, and little baby plants called “pups”.