The spider plant and its scientific name Chlorophytum Comosum. Also called a striped spider or striped chlorophytum, this plant is native to South Africa, and has creeping yellow stems, each with small white flower clusters, each producing a new plant, a copy of the mother plant, its leaves long striped in light green and yellow. Other types differ in shape as their leaves are wider.
In addition to being a distinctive plant, chlorophytum is a plant that purifies the atmosphere, and therefore it is recommended to use it at home or work environments, as this plant, like other plants that purify the atmosphere, contributes significantly to the reduction of pollutants significantly.
Keep the soil moist but leach very heavily, i.e. irrigate it once a month in its first year of cultivation and then irrigate it intermittently.
That is, let the soil in the plaster dry somewhat before you set it up again.
The ideal thermal range for the well growing of this shrub is limited between (18 - 25°C), so it is suitable for indoor breeding in our environment.
It is also important for their growth well to provide good light inside the home because she being light-loving ,provided that you do not expose it to direct sunlight except during winter.
Fertilize in spring and summer at least once or twice a month.