Spider Plants (Chlorophytum) are native to South Africa. They make beautiful houseplants but are also found in gardens depending on the zone. Spider plants are not only attractiv, with the clean variegation of white stripes on green foliage, they are easy to grow and are one of the best natural air filter houseplants you can grow. Attractive leaves grow to 2 feet long with "pups" forming on long stems that hang from mature plants, often cascading from each other in joyful fashion. This is such a happy plant -- it loves container growing (especially in hanging baskets), tolerates drying out between watering and thrives in cooler temperatures, down to 55 degrees. You will get one plant in a 3.5" nursery pot with shipping commencing early to mid June. If you know a novice gardener, this plant is the perfect gift!
Please note: If for any reason you believe your plant arrives in distressed condition, or damaged, please take a picture and send to me immediately. I will either send you another plant or refund, but I can do nothing if you do not notify me of the plant's condition with photo on arrival. Also, some of the pictures may be of mature or blooming plants. You are getting what is represented in the description, not a mature blooming plant. Also, we are now heading into summer, with high temps and USPS has acknowledged they are short-handed because of Covid-19 but having to handling holiday-level packages because of increased on line shopping. If you purchase under these circumstances, you are taking full responsibility for the outcome. I will ship using priority mail (2-3 days) but what happens after it leaves my hands is not my responsibility. You will be expected to file a damage claim with USPS if you plant arrives damaged from shipping in high heat for extended periods or from rough handling. I now take a photo of your plants before I close up the box with your invoice and shipping label. This is useful in two ways -- it demonstrates to you the customer that you are sent healthy viable plants and also, should you need to file a claim with usps, it will be useful for that purpose in showing the condition of the plant (s) as they shipped.