Spider Plant

The National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA), which tested the abilities of three common houseplants to remove formaldehyde from the air, found in preliminary tests that spider plants were the champs, removing 95 percent of the toxic substance from a sealed Plexiglas chamber in 24 hours.

Spider Plant also often called airplane plant, St. Bernard’s lily, spider ivy, ribbon plant, and hen and chickens is a species of perennial flowering plant. It is native to tropical and southern Africa, but has become naturalized in other parts of the world, including western Australia. Chlorophytum comosum is easy to grow as a houseplant; variegated forms are the most popular.

Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chlorophytum_comosum

How to Grow and Care for your Spider Plant:

How the Spider Plant reduces air pollutants: https://www.healthline.com/health/air-purifying-plants#more-tips

How I grow Spider plants at home

Spider plants are very easy to grow at home. They can grow in any soil type and tolerate any lower light conditions inside the house than most and once established can take neglect quiet well.

Fertilize lightly with an all-purpose slow-release plant food once a year, allowing plants to rest in the winter. They can be planted outdoors in summer in semi-shade but need to be brought indoors in winter.

Their strong root system can take repotting and root trimmings quite well. They send out long stalks of tiny flowers that set little seed pods and additional baby spider plants that you can trim off and repot for adding to your plant collection.