A distant cousin to the Chlorophytum comosum Spider Plant with a rather exotic look. A stunning heart of orange stems is surrounded my mid-green leaves and like all spider plants it is easy to grow and care for. Chlorophytum Green Orange stores water in its roots, making it resistant to periods of drought and neglect.
Chlorophytum orchidastrum Green Orange is also known as Chlorophytum amaniense ‘Fire Flash’ and Chlorophytum orchidantheroides. Other common names include Mandarin Plant, Fire Glory and Sierra Leone Lily.
Please note: These plants are usually only available in Spring and early Summer.
Orange, Green and black, oh my! Keep this plant consistently moist, away from direct sunlight and cold temperatures to maintain its colour and prevent leaves turning black.
Avoid root rot by checking the first two inches of soil for moisture before watering. If the soil feels dry, its time to water!
No time to tan! The Chlorophytum Orchidastrum prefers indirect sunlight. To avoid scorching or bleaching, find a lightly-shaded area.
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