How to cure the phalangio, the “spider plant” that purifies the air in the house

Discover the secrets to maintaining a thriving Chlorophytum comosum, commonly known as the spider plant. Native to South Africa, this tropical plant is popularly used as an indoor plant and decoration due to its easy cultivation and tolerance to occasional neglect.


Spider plants prefer indirect light and thrive in cooler temperatures. Leaves exposed to too much direct sunlight may become bleached and develop burn marks at the tips.


Water the spider plant modestly each day, ensuring the soil is moist but not waterlogged. Overwatering can harm the plant, so it’s essential to maintain a balance.


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