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Jan 5, 2014 9:51 PM CST
Name: starlight1153 Zone 8a/b
Lori... What is the temperature in that room? I agree with you probably need a re-pot and fertilizer. Spider roots fill up a pot very quickly. Either that or divide it out.

The side that is not getting the direct sunlight almost looks like it is trying to go dormant. I leave spider plants outside all winter with just a few leaves covering them that have fallen from the trees and they come back every year, but they look and act just like your plant as they are going dormant from being to cold. With the bitter cold temps this year, is your plant getting enough warmth where it is at? The green side would be getting heat from the sun coming through the window.

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