Chlorophytum comosum, the well-known hen-and-chickens, is a perennial lily-like plant with tuberous roots, bearing spreading to recurved soft leaves from a central rosette and an elongated raceme with small white flowers. This is probably the most cultivated house plant in the world, especially the cultivars.
Chlorophytum comosum prefers a shady spot in the garden and makes an excellent groundcover. It can be damaged by frost, but sprouts again in spring.
You may find stock of this plant at Random Harvest.