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Spider plants are perfect houseplant! No wonder spider plants are so popular: Not only are these willowy beauties a delight to look at—they are also champion air-scrubbers that benefit your home’s air quality. The right type of TLC will keep your spider plant looking great and doing its job. Here’s how to care for your spider plant, so it can take care of you!
They grow very well at room temperature and in indoor humidity levels and, unlike a lot of plants, spider plants tolerate artificial light very well, making them perfect even for windowless offices. You can grow a spider plant in a pot on your desktop or in a windowsill, allowing its long leaves to cascade down the side, or put it in a hanging basket where it can really show off its waterfall-like quality. And it won’t just sit these looking pretty: NASA scientists rated the spider plant above all other houseplants they tested when it came to removing harmful chemicals such as formaldehyde from indoor air.
Spider plants are also one of the most low-maintenance houseplants available, so a little care goes a long way.
Here are our top spider plant care tip to help you get the most out of your spider plant:
Spider plants don’t need much watering to stay healthy. Depending on how dry and sunny your home or office is, you will need to water your spider plant about every 10 to 14 days. Wait until the soil is nearly dry, and then wet the soil thoroughly without allowing it to become waterlogged.