Chlorophytum Variegatum gets its name from the spider-like plants, or spiderettes, which dangle down from the mother plant. Younger plants like these will show off their stripped leaves alone but will grow babies as they establish and store more energy once. The effect makes them perfect for hanging as it allows more space for the plant to spread down. The spiderettes can be separated into new plants although they will need help to develop roots once cut from their source. Once it settles the Spider Plant grows into an almost unkillable plant.
LIGHT - Bright, indirect light
WATER - Drought tolerant. Allow the soil to start to dry out between watering. Do not over-water or allow the plants to sit in water to avoid root rot.
TEMP - Cooler temperatures around 12-18°C will help to maintain good plant health and encourage blooming.