Spider Plant with Round Dot Planter


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Cobra spider 50


The spider plant is an ornamental indoor plant native to tropical and southern Africa. It is an easy to grow indoor plant, which is quite popular because of its air purifying capacity and medicinal properties. It has long, thin and arched leaves that are solid green in color or variegated with white. The spider plant is named so because of its spider-like leaves, which droop down from the mother plant like spiders on a web.

Scientific Name: Chlorophytum Comosum

Common Names: Airplane plant, St. Bernard’s lily, Spider ivy, Ribbon plant and Hen & Chicken


  • There are some houseplants that can pretty much grow themselves, the spider plant is one of them.
  • The spider plant grows well in both low light and part sunlight but it is suggested to keep this plant in a spot with bright indirect sunlight.
  • The spider plant is considered among the easiest air-purifying plants to grow. It is effective in removing harmful chemicals from the air, such as carbon monoxide, xylene, formaldehyde and toluene.
  • According to NASA reports, the spider plant is among the top 3 types of houseplants that are great at removing formaldehyde and other type of chemicals.
  • According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty of Animals (ASPCA), the spider plant is listed as non-toxic for pets.
  • Adding the spider plant to hospital rooms speeds up the recovery rate of surgical patients compared to patients in rooms without the plant.
  • The spider plant is a perennial with a high transpiration rate.

Apart from the amazing benefits, the spider plant looks very appealing as a houseplant. It can be planted in a hanging basket or any usual pot to add a bit of greenery to the home. The spiderettes that outgrow from the mother plant and dangle down the pot enhances the beauty of the plant and make it look even more attractive.

Plant care

  • Choose well-draining soil or potting medium.
  • Spider plants don’t need a ton of natural light, so they do well in bathrooms and bedrooms.
  • They prefer a temperature between 50 °F (10 °C) to 80 °F (27 °C) and can’t thrive in outdoor areas with freezing or searing temperatures
  • Water your spider plant with distilled or purified water.
  • Keep the soil moist but not soggy.
  • Fertilize spider plants 1 to 2 times per month during the spring and summer.
  • Avoid fertilizing spider plants during the winter of if they are outgrowing their pots.
  • Trim dead leaf tips or leaves with scissors.
  • Treat spider mites with natural insecticides.





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