Easy To Propagate
Get the most out of your spider plant by creating new plants from it. After your spider plant sprouts stems with small white star-shaped flowers, it will produce plantlets at the ends of each stem. When they develop roots, place them in a container filled with potting soil, and watch them grow!
Spider Plants Have Health Benefits
They are thought to purify the air by removing toxins, such as carbon monoxide and formaldehyde. Formaldehyde is a chemical that is common in households. It can be found in plastic products, leather, adhesives, and clothing.
Furthermore, adding a houseplant to your space has positive effects on mental health by increasing happiness levels and reducing stress. Being close to nature never hurts.
With all these benefits, how could you not love spider plants?
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