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Plantmojo, Air Purifying Spider Plant in self watering white plastic pot

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Spider plant is one of the most popular house plants, native to tropical Africa or Southern Africa. The spider plant is very easy to grow, low maintenance plant. It is a shade-loving plants. Spider plant can grow in a wide range of conditions and suffers from very few problems, other than brown tips (under-watering is one reason). It is a NASA recommended air purifier and removes formaldehyde, xylene, and toluene from the air. The pot is a self watering white plastic pot, which enables plant to survive without watering for upto a week to 10 days.

Key Product Features :
1) It is a popular house plant, native to tropical or Southern Africa. Very easy to grow, low maintenance plant. It is a shade-loving plant.
2) Spider plant can grow in a wide range of conditions and suffers from very few problems, other than brown tips (under-watering is one reason). NASA study on “interior landscape plants for air pollution abatement” found spider plant helps in reducing Formaldehyde, Xylene and Toluene from the air.
3) Potting mix is - 50% garden soil, 25% garden soil and 25% cocopeat. Loves humidity, they love moist but well drained soil for better growth. Give water daily in summers and every 2-3 days in winter. Filtered sunlight, low light is best.
4) Plant in matt white self watering pot. Effective self watering through capillary action, large pot for filling water to last upto 10 days for spider plant, easy to fill.

Contents : 1 Spider plant, 1 white plastic self watering pot (Height - 12.5 cm, Dia - 9 cm , Water filling capacity ~ 225 ml), 1 detailed tips for care booklet
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