Just a quick post- the spiderplant that I have sitting on our kitchen windowsill has begun to flower, which I never even knew that they did. I am aware that they usually produce plantlets throough asexual reproduction, which bud off from the long inflorescences and then afix themselves in the soil, but never realised that they were also capable of flower production. In part, this is because the spiderplant my parents had as I was growing up (and which they still have) has never produced flowers in the 18 or so years since we first had it, and also because I have never thought about reading up on them. The flowers look quite pretty, but don’t last very long, which is a shame, but there are more closed bud, so there should be more flowers soon. I just thought that I’d share it!