Chlorophytum comosum has long fleshy leaves that are easily bent, and will not then bounce back into shape, so it is worth taking some care in handling it. Although common and tolerant of neglect, it can be a handsome plant when prospering, and is worth nurturing.
It is surprisingly hardy, and will grow outside for me if it gets some protection from the worst
the frost. I grow it under the shelter of a conifer and put a dustbin lid over it on really frosty nights
, and it survives, but it looks a bit sad through the spring and takes a couple of months to recover.