Spathiphyllum, aka Peace Lily is a staple to all indoor growers. It is well known for being able to tolerate low light conditions and for dramatically wilting when dehydrated. To keep your Peace lily looking as fresh as the day you bought it, you want to give it the best conditions you can.
Spathiphyllum is native to the tropical rainforests of Columbia & Venezuela. Grow your Peace Lily in bright, indirect light to partial shade. Although known for tolerating low light, if placed in deep shade you may notice leaf loss and you may struggle to make your Spathiphyllum bloom again.
Being an understory plant, Spathiphyllum loves warmth and humidity. Keep away from any cold draughts and radiators in winter and avoid any direct sun. Water when at least the top inch of compost has dried out, and keep a little drier during winter months. When underwatered the plant will let you know it's thirsty by wilting. It's important not to allow this to happen to often as this will stress the plant, causing it attract pests and to begin looking shabby.
Peace Lilies are part of the Araceae family and are midly toxic. Keep away from pets and small children.
All plants are sold in their nursery pots. Decorative pots are sold seperately - you can head over to our Pot Collection. Spathiphyllum in its 21cm nursery pot fits our XL Bali pots, as well as our XL Almada Pot and our XL Raw Stone Pot.
Do not pot directly into our decorative pots. It's much better for your plant to keep it in its nursery pot to allow adequate drainage.
Plant in nursery pot, 21cm diameter - £44.00
Height - 75cm approx
Please note: plants will slightly vary in shape and size from the example image