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|EXPERT I AM NOT SHARON, but thanks anyhow for saying it, I am an expert at aging, that is about it. ......to be honest, my spiders survive mostly on neglect. I water them when all the other plants in the GH get water. Feed them when the others get fed. Trim them when I sell them. That's it.
They do like light, maybe you are not giving it enough water or light. Try taking it down from the hanging basket, transplanting it. It could be pot bound, clipping off all the brown ends, give it some liquid fertilizer for houseplants and sit it in a nice spot where it gets some light. If it does not purk up in a few weeks then throw it away. Actually it is like starting over with it. It looks like it needs a new pot and some different soil.
How is that for expert advice? I honestly do not know what else to tell you since I take very little time with mine. I do however keep transplanting into larger containers because the roots seem to grow faster than the plants. i am not trying to be a wise one here, but looking at it tells me something is wrong with the plant. I hope this helps you. The reverse are very hard to keep happy. They also seem to take more water than the others.
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