Spider plants are among the most popular types of house plants because of how easy they are to maintain. They produce thin, arched leaves and get their name from the spider-like plantlet offshoots that hang off the mother plant from dangling stems. Spider plants do very well at typical indoor temperatures.
It is best to keep spider plants in moderate indirect light as the leaves can burn when exposed to direct sun. The soil should be kept moist and watered as-needed with purified or distilled water at room temperature. During the spring and summer, you can apply fertilizer once or twice a month.
Spider plants prefer a humid environment, so consider placing a humidifier in the same room if you live in a drier climate.