Spider Plants are popular house plants recognized for their air-purifying abilities and striking foliage. The most common varieties typically exhibit thin, narrow green leaves with distinctive white stripes. The leaves gracefully arch downwards, making an attractive display of greenery in hanging baskets. They also form their own spiderettes at the end of long and wiry flower stems. These babies dangle off the parent plant and give a spider-like appearance. Propagate them by carefully removing the spiderettes and planting them in their own pots.
- This plant requires medium to high light and will grow best in sunny spots where it can receive filtered or direct sunlight. It makes the perfect plant for any well-lit room in your house.
- This plant needs regular watering twice a week or once every five days or so. It’s best to keep the soil evenly moist and watered.