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Chlorophytum comosum (Spider plant)
Spider Plant, Airplane plant, St. Bernard's lily, Spider ivy, Ribbon plant, and Musli मुस्ली
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Possibly the most popular of all houseplants, spider plant is a grass like, clump forming, evergreen perennial in the lily family The leaves are linear, 8-16 in (20.3-40.6 cm) long and less than 1 in (2.5 cm) wide. Small white flowers are borne along outward arching wiry stalks. After blooming and fruiting, little tufts of leaves – baby spider plants – develop on the stalks. These little “spiders” take root wherever they touch the ground
- Features – This plant is native of tropical and sub tropical regions of Africa, Australia, Asia, there are three varieties found e.g. chlorophytum comosum green, vittatum, varigatum, spider plants are easy to grow, thrive well in wild range of conditions.
- Moisture/soil – Grows best at temperature between 18 degree to 32 degree.
- Flowers – It has mid-green leaves with broad central white stripes, suitable for hanging basket. It has darker green leaves with white margins. It is generally smaller than the other cultivar.
- Light – Plant is easy to grow, being able to thrive in a wide range of conditions. It will tolerate temperatures down to 2 ?C (35 ?F), but grow best at temperatures between 18 C (65 F) and 32 C (90 F).
- Usage – This plant also has been shown to reduce indoor air pollution in the form of formaldehyde, and approximately 70 plants would neutralize the formaldehyde released by materials in a representative (ca. 160 m2 [1,700 sq ft]) energy-efficient house, assuming each plant occupies a 3.8 L pot.
- Special Character – It is an evergreen flowering and popular house plant,