► Spider plants (Chlorophytum comosum) are sometimes also called Airplane plants. Spider plants form arching clumps of grass-like leaves and they get their common names from the baby plantlets that form on dangling stems. Spider plants also have tiny white flowers on long arching stems. Spider plants are one of the most adaptable and easy to grow houseplants that there is. Here is how to care for a spider plant ✔
+ Spider plants are excellent for cleaning the air of tiny air pollutant particles. They were even grown in space capsules for air cleaning.
+ You can divide spider plants that are too large by pulling or cutting the root ball into several sections, each with some leaves, and repotting the sections.
+ Spider plants have white tuberous looking roots that store water and food for the plant.
+ Spider plants can be used outside in the summer or in frost-free climates as “spikes” in containers, as groundcover in partial shade, or as hanging baskets.
+ Share your spider plants with friends by plucking off plantlets and rooting them in a cup of water or pushing the bottom of plantlets into moist soil and keeping the soil moist until they root.
+ There are several cultivated color variations of spider plants. There is the plain green type and various forms of white or cream markings, such as stripe in the middle of the leaves or at the edge ✔
+ Spider plants are poisonous to cats although other animals seem to have no problems if they eat them. It would be wise however, to prevent all pets, including birds, from eating them ✔
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