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Dracaenas are members of the Lily family, which includes the Easter lily and spider plant, says Alton Pertuit, Ph.D., professor emeritus at Clemson University, in South Carolina.
Now Miwako’s spider plant rests in a macramé hanging planter in my new living room.
Homeowners with bathrooms that receive low levels of natural light should opt for plants like bamboo, aloe vera, heart-leafed philodendrons, orchids, spider plants, or Boston ferns, according to Apartment Therapy.
Then there are chlorophytum, known to many as spider plants.
Also known as the Memorial Gardens, the flowerbeds at Buckingham are laid out in a semi-circular design and include such as exotic plants as scarlet geraniums, spider plants, and weeping figs.
The spider plant is particularly easy to take care of—keep it out of direct sun, water when the topsoil is dry, and prune the yellowing and browning bits.
Lush fiddle leaf figs and spider plants filter light from the street just so, while artfully distressed shelves feature Animal Handmade leather purses, Army of Rokosz baubles, various objets d’art, and even the odd tarot deck or two.
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SPIDER PLANT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of spider plant for English Language Learners
: a plant that is often grown in people's houses and that has long narrow leaves and stems which produce smaller plants at the end
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