This is the classic spider plant that has been a popular, easy-care houseplant for generations. Most people quickly recognize the long, grassy green and white variegated foliage with long, arching stems dangling from the main plant that produce tiny white flowers and baby plants called “spiderettes”. A favorite for placing in a macramé hanger and displaying near a window or setting on a shelf or on a plant stand where the baby plants can dangle freely.
Easy to grow indoors or outdoors. Looks great grown in containers and hanging baskets. Potted Chlorophytum plants can be grown outdoors in the summer and brought back inside when temperatures are expected to fall below 50 degrees F (10 degrees C). Can be grown outdoors year-round in frost-free climates; grow it in a pot or in the ground.