Peace Lily - Spathiphyllum
Peace lily, Spathiphyllum, is a popular, low-maintenance houseplant with dark glossy green foliage and decorative white flowers. Also known as closet plants, they are a popular choice for offices and homes. These beautiful plants not only brighten up your interior, but are also excellent at purifying the air in the room in which they are located. When it comes to houseplants, peace lily plants are one of the easiest plants to care for. Bright, indirect light is the best position for peace lilies. Just water your peace lily regularly, being careful not to overwater.
- 40-50cmSpathiphyllum Chopin Peace Lily 12 cmSpathiphyllum Chopin£13.95Stock 63This lovely indoor plant is also known as 'the Peace Lily' originates from South and Central America. It is a very easy going plant, with green glossy Learn More
- 20-30cmSpathiphyllum Chopin Peace Lily 9cmSpathiphyllum Chopin£12.95Stock 64Of all the flowering houseplants, Peace Lily is the easiest to care for and is one of the best plants for improving air quality indoors.... Learn More
- 50-60cmPeace lily - Chopin 17cm potSpathiphyllum Chopin£29.95Stock 42This lovely indoor plant is a very easy-going plant, with green glossy foliage and lovely white spathe flowers. Learn More
Spathiphyllum beautifull white flowers
This houseplant is one of the most popular houseplants available. With it's large white flowers it wil decorate your interior easilly. The Spathiphyllum is also know for the air purifying quality. It's a true indoor winner in all situations.
Caring for a Peace Lily
Water your Spathiphyllum regularly, preferably so that the soil never dries out completely, but also does not get too wet. Spathiphyllums are used to a tropical environment, so they like a humid environment. As a general rule, you should wait for the top inches of the compost to dry before watering again. Place this beautiful houseplant with white flowers in indirect light, preferably in a place without cold drafts. Give your Spathiphyllum liquid plant food every two weeks during spring and summer. The flowers can start in spring and last for several months, after which they slowly turn green. Repot your peace lily into a slightly larger pot with fresh soil every few years. Peace lilies actually do well when their roots are somewhat restricted, but repeated wilting despite regular watering is a sign that the plant has outgrown the pot.