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#40966 July 10th, 2005 at 06:35 AM
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This is my roots from a spider plant i am trying to revive. Does it look salvagable?

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PICTURE OF ROOTS

#40967 July 10th, 2005 at 08:21 AM
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Hi Ronky,

Is that the only root? Do all of them look like that? How about a photo of the plant itself?

(Do you agree that the Yankees suck?)
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#40968 July 10th, 2005 at 11:01 AM
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That is the only root. The plant only had a couple of wilting leaves... i cut them all off and planted the root in a new small pot with some miracle grow.

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Spider plants are very adaptable. My spider roots look something like that too. They look thick in some places and thin in other's. LOL. I think they're supposed to look like that. I have many spider plants and they all have babies. If your root is okay, you should find out soon, as they grow very quickly, especially in hanging baskets. The ones I have sitting on sills aren't growing as fast. They love to be hung. Well, atleast mine do. Wish you luck with yours. Too bad you aren't closer, I could give you several.


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