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Spider plant often called Chlorophytum comosum but also known as airplane plant, spider ivy, ribbon plant.
The NASA Clean Air Study determined that this is the best plant to removing common household air toxins formaldehyde and xylene.
These extremely low maintenance plants grow fast and are self-sufficient. Their big leaves can be dark or bright green and show its resilience towards poor lighting conditions – the darker the leaves, the better it will survive indoors in a variety of temperature all the way up to 30 degrees Celsius. The Spider Plant is an extremely low maintenance plant.
Placement: Indoors, away from direct harsh sunlight.
Watering: The lesser light the plant receives, the less you must water. Remember to water thoroughly when the top layer of the soil feels dry.
Soil: Any mixture of well-draining soil is ideal.