|My neighbor has a plant that I would like to have and she calls it a spider plant, but I know that is not the proper name. This plant is sunloving, grows 3 to 4 ft. tall, reseeds itself (has seed pods about 2 to 3 inches long--slender pods almost like skinny pea pods) The flower is clustered with white flowers on the bottom of the cluster, spidery spikes at top that are deep pink (above the clusters of white flowers). At first I thought that perhaps it was a member of the phlox family or perhaps an exotic lily member. Just don't know. I haven't seen anything like it before for reference. The leaves go from ground to the tops of sturdy slender stems and are about an inch wide, tapering to a point in clusters of at least 5 or more leaves per segment. Do you have any idea what this flower is called so that I may purchase seeds for it?