Plant Name: Spider Plant Chlorophytum Comosum Green
Plant Size : 6 Inch Approx
Potting Medium : Potting mix
Pot : 4 Inch Plastic Pot
Chlorophytum Comosum Green Introduction
Chlorophytum is a famous genus of almost 200 species and is native plants of the subtropical and tropical regions of Asia, Australia, and Africa. This plant belongs to the Asparagus family and is known to be one of the evergreen Perennial plants. They can grow up to 10-15 cm tall and climb up the trails too. The flowers of the plant are usually quite small and white in color and flowers on the panicle of the trees that are about 120 cm long.
Spider plants have great exotic look and these can be potted in pots, hanging baskets, spiraled around the wires or the poles at home. It is a fast growing growing low light plant which prefers to live in human livable temperature range. Chlorophytum is also known as Safed Musali in India and used for medicinal purposes.
Chlorophytum was part of NASA Clean Air Study and it was found very effective in improving indoor air quality by removing formaldehyde, xylene and toluene. One Spider plant at every 100 sqft indoors will help to absorb formaldehyde which is commonly emitted by wall paints, furnitures etc.
We have tested its different varieties by placing them at living rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms, thick shades at Delhi weather conditions for more than couple of years and it thrives.Plant does not require to be fed or watered frequently, watering it once in a month and a spoon of fertilizer every spring in the indoor conditions will make it more than happy.
With every purchase of plant we provide plant care instruction which includes information about light, feed and watering. It makes easy to have a long life natural air purifier plant performing tireless job day and night.
Go ahead and buy the plant online or by visiting our offline store for more exclusive collections, it will tolerate ignoring nature and add exotic beauty to the interiors design, improve air quality, help to fight sick building syndrome and last but not the least, bring the good luck.