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I have this plant at my office, where it is having a lot of children. Every time that I get some leaves from the plant and put them in a bottle with water, the leaves get some roots and don't die after more than a month without soil.

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The plant has small flowers that are open very few time and roll over themselves in a spiral. It also has seeds that are directly growing in a bundle of three.

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It's a Chlorophytum comosum, commonly known as Spider Plant. It's not a 'hydroponic' plant though - the fact that it survives in water when you're getting it to grow roots is true of many plants. It will, though, prefer to be potted up into a growing medium eventually.

  • Spider plants are the ultimate beginner house plant! – Evil Elf Sep 19 '13 at 12:15

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