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Spathiphyllum or Peace Lily

Flowering House Plant

Spathiphyllum or Peace Lily Flowering House Plant
Peace Lily
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Botanical Name: Spathiphyllum
Common Name: Peace Lily
Light: Bright indirect light
Watering: Water when top compost is dry. If the leaves droop, more water
Feeding: Twice per month in growing season
Humidity: Mist regularly
Air Purifier: Yes
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Height Excluding Pot: 60-70cm (1ft 11-2ft 3)

Diameter: 50-60 cm

Plant ID: 11482 4

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Spathiphyllum or Peace Lily
Spathiphyllum or Peace Lily 60-70 cm

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Height Excluding Pot: 60-70cm (1ft 11-2ft 3)

Diameter: 50-60 cm

Plant ID: 11482 4

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Height Excluding Pot: 60-70cm (1ft 11-2ft 3)

Diameter: 50-60 cm

Plant ID: 11482 4

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Beautiful, leafy Spathiphyllum are native to the tropical regions of the Americas and south-eastern Asia where they grow beneath large rainforest trees. Most people call them the Peace Lily because they often produce graceful flower spikes with pure white flowers much like a white flag.

The foliage is luscious dark green and marked with veins. If it’s positioned in bright light the leaves will pale to a warm mid-green, but in shadier spots they turn rich dark green. It grows in a clump with a profusion of glossy leaves, transforming a chest-of-drawers or a dining table into a tropical forest.

Tests indicate Peace Lily is an effective air purifier, so it’s a good choice for bedrooms and living areas. In Feng Shui peace lily is said to convert negative energy to positive – so maybe a choice for your home working desk too!

Peace Lily is an easy-care houseplant and rightly popular. It likes bright indirect light and when water is required droops its leaves. It’s a charming choice for any room of the house because it’s forgiving and tolerant and creates a modern jungle look.

If you’re a fan of leafy tropical plants this classic is a must-have.

How To Water And Feed A Spathiphyllum
Every week check the compost. If it’s dried out on top push a finger into the surface. If it’s dry down to a centimetre or two it’s time to soak in a bucket or sink for a few hours. Leave it to drain afterward and make sure it’s not sat in a root-rotting tray of water for days.

A light feed of houseplant fertiliser every two weeks in spring encourages the arrow-like white flowers and regular misting really helps Peace Lily thrive. Spray it every few weeks or gently hose it down in the shower to remove dust build-up and increase the humidity that it loves.

How Much Light Does A Spathiphyllum Need?
Peace Lily is tolerant of a range of light from shade to bright indirect light. It prefers bright light where it will flower easily, but not direct sunlight which will scorch its leafy foliage. This is a rainforest floor plant that won’t cope with burning direct sun.

Where To Put A Spathiphyllum
Spathiphyllum is a low-maintenance houseplant that’ll happily grow in a multitude of locations. It suits a steamy bathroom to a bedside table or a desk as long as it has indirect light, isn’t overwatered, and is misted every week or so.

Peace Lily fills your home with grace - and maybe some positive energy.



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