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May 18, 2020 6:07 AM CST
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Albuquerque, New Mexico
So I purchased this spider plant about 2 weeks ago and i knew there was some issue based on how it looked. The plant had lots of new and healthy leaves but also quite a bit of brown and dying leaves. I repotted it and made sure the roots looked good and have given it water and light but not too much of either. That plant still seems to be struggling and I really want to prevent its death. Someone i know suggested seperating the plant and planting it in multiple pots because its too crowded but i wanted to get a few other opinions and any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Piics will accompany...

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May 18, 2020 6:27 AM CST
Name: Lynda Horn
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You've already re potted it, so I wouldn't do any more of that. Spider leaves often get damaged. I would suggest cutting the worst leaves off at the base. IN many of the pics it appears the plant is rather dry. Try giving it more water and lots of bright, indirect light. Overall I think it looks pretty good.
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