The Spider Plant is a wonderful indoor plant and one of the most adaptable of houseplants and so easy to grow. This is why with total confidence we can say that barely a kitchen or bathroom in the whole country has escaped the acquaintance of this humble plant. The spider plant is so named because of its spider-like plants, or plantlets, which dangle down from the mother plant like spiders on a web.
They are also a Clean Air plant reducing the harmful toxins in the air we breathe. They have a genuine giving nature when we consider the amount of abundant little plantlets they produce and the clean, chemical free fresh air they share with us.
How to take Care of the Plant
Spider plants will grow in any room of your home.
Two things to avoid are ; too much sun or too much shade and one little requirement is to water once every two weeks.
The humble little spider plant is one of 29 plants that NASA have brought to space, check out the NASA Clean Air Study for more information on this.
The quality of the air we breathe is vital for sustaining good health. When we consider air pollution we most likely think of the air quality outdoors, where we can almost see and smell the pollution. However indoor air pollution is an invisible killer with even greater threat to our health due to the amount of time we spend indoors each day and invisible, odourless elements of the harmful chemicals.
The good news is the humble little spider plant, perched on that shelf in the bathroom is watching out for us and our health.
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