The spider plant is very popular and can be found in many homes or offices. Most people have owned or lived with one (or many) at some point. These are easy-to-care-for types that grow quickly, making them a great beginner’s plant. This plant can survive with minimal care/attention and can manage low temperatures. However, they will start to look very unattractive and create a mess (leaves falling and browning) without enough water and light or too much of either. When they’re taken care of properly they look great.
Because the leaves and especially the stems grow quite long, the spider plant is best to be placed in a hanging type basket, corner type shelf or table that allows the leaves and stems to grow freely. When they are young and small they are fine anywhere, that’s away from direct sunlight.
The Spider plant has been tested and said to reduce air pollution significantly. If you want an indoor plant that is easy to maintain and cleans the air really well, this is your go-to choice.