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Enrich with Nature Spathiphyllum 15cm White

SKU: 149644 MODEL: I0000044-15 CM
$ 21 .97  each
Mitre 10
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The Spathiphyllum (Peace Lily) has been scientifically proven to be an efficient absorber of indoor air pollution. The Peace Lily has striking, glossy, dark green leaves and white, cobra-shaped, sweetly scented flowers. This is an easy care long lived plant.
Features and benefits
  • Air purifying.
  • Foliage and flowering.
  • Scented flowers.

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Botanical Name
Spathiphyllum
Brand Name
Enrich with Nature
Common Name
Peace Lily
Country Of Origin
New Zealand
Flowering
Yes
Fully Grown Height
50cm
Fully Grown Width
25cm
Model Number
I0000044-15 CM
Planting Position
Part Shade
Produce Flowers
Yes
Warranty Years
Healthy Plant Guarantee

Water well from spring to autumn and more carefully in the winter. They tolerate standing in water but not drying out. Keep plants away from direct sunlight as to much light will cause yellowing of the foliage. They are tropical plants and prefer warm temperatures, 18° is ideal but they will tolerate down to 15°. Keep drier in winter and apply liquid fertiliser regularly during the growing season. Occasionally wipe the leaves to keep them dust free. They prefer high humidity, old flower stems can be cut off and plants should be re-potted in the spring. They can be susceptible to spider mites and grey mould.