Spathiphyllum: Peace Lily
Unlike many others, Spathiphyllum is a flowering indoor plant. These striking indoor plants can tolerate low light and help to purify the air whilst also removing mould spores.
The beautiful slender white flowers and dark green glossy leaves make this attractive indoor plant a wonderful addition to office and home spaces, and a phenomenal choice when Discovering Your Wild with indoor plants.
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Water requirements for Spathiphyllum:
Peace Lily’s require more water than a lot of other indoor plants. It is important to keep the soil moist at all times, so avoid letting the soil dry out between watering. Even though this plant need regular watering, you must avoid letting the soil be too soggy all the time. Just moist and comfortable – not drowning – will be best for this indoor beauty.
If your Peace Lily starts drooping that is generally an indication that it needs water! Either dunk the entire plant into water for a few minutes and allow it to drain or give it a very good watering from your watering can.
Ideal Light Conditions for Spathiphyllum:
The Spathiphyllum; Peace Lily requires bright indirect light. Avoid direct sunlight, which can cause leaf scorch. Great for kitchens, bedrooms and offices. These versatile plants can tolerate low light, but this may affect their flowers and they could bloom poorly.
Benefits of Spathiphyllum:
The Peace Lily is an air cleaner that reduces toxins, produces oxygen and absorbs trichloroethylene, ammonia, benzene, formaldehyde and xylene. It is one of the best air quality improving indoor plant and as such helps to enrich health and wellbeing, whilst increasing productivity and concentration, as well as decreasing stress in your indoor environments.
General Care for Spathiphyllum:
With a little love and care, the Peace Lily will bless you with year round slender delicate white flowers and striking dark green leaves to add a modern living décor element to any bright space.
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