How do you save a rotting spider plant?
Spider Plant Root Rot Control
Watering and fertilization should be stopped. Prune your plant frequently before watering it. Replant or repot in the spring. Give the plant time to recuperate after repotting.
What does an overwatered spider plant look like?
How Do You Know Your Spider Plant Has Been Overwatered? Chlorophytums initially fade from deep green to pale green when overwatered. You’ll notice this starting at the base of the leaves and moving upward. If the spider plants’ leaves begin to droop and develop soft, brown spots, it’s a secondary sign of overwatering.
How do you regenerate a spider plant?
The only ways to make new spider plants are to grow them from seed, divide, or cut spiderettes and root them in water, soil, or via their stolon. You can’t grow spider plants from leaf cuttings.