The Spathiphyllum, better known as the Spoon Plant, are famous for their ability to remove bad substances from the air. The Spathiphyllum forms a dense clump of large, erect, glossy, evergreen leaves with drooping buds, making this a beautiful houseplant year-round. In spring and early summer, elegant white flowers appear on slender stems above the foliage. The white flowers make the Spathiphyllum much more unique and different from other green houseplants. A Spathiphyllum can bloom several times a year when properly cared for. The flowering period lasts up to 10 weeks at a time, making it an exceptionally long bloomer!
The Spathiphyllum requires more water than other houseplants. Therefore, it is recommended to water the plant twice a week in summer, and once a week in winter. A lack of water can be recognized when the leaves of the Spathiphyllum start to droop. Also, do not put the plant in full sun; it prefers a more sheltered spot. Another important aspect is to remove the spent flowers once they have bloomed, so that the plant puts its energy into creating new leaves and flowers.
When delivered, the plants have a height of 60 to 75cm (measured incl. pot). The plants are delivered in pots with a diameter/diameter of 17cm.