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Spathiphyllum, Areca Spathiphyllum + Areca Mix
Spathiphyllum + Areca Mix
€29,95

Spathiphyllum, Areca Spathiphyllum + Areca Mix

€29,95
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The Areca Dypsis Lutescens and the Spathiphyllum are the perfect combination of two popular houseplants with strong air-purifying properties.
Height (incl. pot) ± 60 cm
Pot size 17 cm

The Areca Dypsis Lutescens and the Spathiphyllum are the perfect combination of two popular houseplants with strong air-purifying properties. The Areca palm has many names, but is best known as the Golden Palm. The Areca originates from the humid tropics of Madagascar, however, the plant has conquered almost all tropical regions. The palm is very good at tolerating polluted air and is therefore common in office-like working environments. Areca filters the polluting particles from the air inhaled through its leaves and therefore has an air purifying effect. The Areca palm is one of the best palms to have in your home, not only does it filter many toxins from the air, but it looks beautiful too. The Spathiphyllum is also known as the Peace Lilly since the flowers that the plants grows look like lillies. The Spathiphyllum originates from South America. In 1870 the Spathiphyllum was introduced in Europe. The upright white flowers are characteristic of this plant. The flowers of the Spathiphyllum are always white and often stick out above the plant, which draws extra attention. The larger the plant, the larger the flowers. A Spathiphyllum can flower several times a year if it is well cared for. The flowering period lasts up to 10 weeks each time, which makes it an exceptionally long bloomer! The most important aspect of the Spathiphyllum is that it is an air-purifying plant. It removes harmful substances from the air and provides oxygen in return! Care Both plants are quite easy to care for. It is important to keep the pot ball moderately moist, but the plants do not like wet feet. Therefore, water in small amounts and regularly feel whether the soil is still moist. Furthermore, the plants prefer a place in the sun but avoid direct sunlight. If the Spathiphyllum no longer grows flower branches, it can be encouraged to flower by placing the plant in a cooler place for a few weeks.

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