copy of Spathiphillum. C13/14
Spathiphllum Simple and colorful easy-care interior plant set.
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Spathiphyllum is an easy-care, low-light houseplant. It also removes many toxins from indoor air, such as formaldehyde and ammonia.Temperature:The house temperature should be slightly warm. Avoid hot or cold drafts.Light:Although Spathiphyllum tolerate very low light, without some glare from a window or lamp, they are unlikely to flower much, if at all. They can tolerate anything except direct light, and flower more the more light they receive.Watering:Ideally, keep the soil evenly moist (not wet!) Otherwise, water thoroughly when the soil has just dried out, but don't let the plant stay wet. Keep the plant from wilting (although Spathiphyllum will recover surprisingly well if it wilts a lot, you are likely to see a lot of yellow leaves). Like low light, Spathiphyllum will survive low water levels, but will never thrive as well as when adequate watering is followed.Occasionally, put the plant in the shower and water the leaves to remove accumulated dust.The common name "peace lily" may come from the pure white flowers that look like white flags of surrender held above the plant.The common name "peace lily" may come from the pure white flowers that look like white flags of surrender held above the plant.Fertiliser:Not a heavy feeder; fertilize monthly with a dilute fertilizer (1/2 strength) when the plant is growing or flowering, usually in spring and summer.Transplanting:Spathiphyllum tends to flower best when lightly pot-bound. Transplant when it is difficult to keep the plant sufficiently watered.Problems:Plant never flowers: check that the plant is getting enough light, water and occasional fertiliser, and that it is lightly root-bound in the pot.The plant is constantly drooping: if it does not stand up after watering, it may have a root disease from overwatering. Repot into fresh soil and a new, clean pot, removing all black or damaged roots. Be careful with watering after transplanting.Brown leaf tips: this is most commonly due to over- or under-watering, and less commonly due to over-fertilising. Do not over-fertilise and do not over-fertilise in winter.
- Up to 1.80 in its habitat
- White flowers
- Mainly in summer
- Perfect as an indoor plant. Although make groups with them in the garden in a not expose place or combine it with another plants in long planters.
- Can't resist cold
- Al tratarse de planta viva y dependiendo de la temporada, la planta puede ser recibida, en algunos casos, no exactamente igual que en la fotografía, aunque sí lo más parecida posible. Sin que ello repercuta en la calidad de la misma.