Spathiphyllum, most commonly known as the Peace Lily, is also a relative of the Sensation plant. Peace Lilies are not exactly lilies, but they do blossom a white bloom similar to it. This plant is relatively an easy plant to take care making it a good indoor house plant. One of its many benefits is it purifies the air. Peace Lilies in Manila are around 4 to 5 inches tall, while its pot diameter could range the same.
- Plant height:
- Small – 4 to 5 inches, minimum of 4 leaves
- Medium – 5 to 6 inches, minimum of 8 leaves
- Large – 5 to 6 inches, minimum of 12 leaves
- Pot diameter: 4 to 5 inches for all sizes
Peace Lily came from the Araceae family and originated from the tropical rainforests of Venezuela and Colombia. The name Spathiphyllum is derived from the Greek words spath (spoon) and phyl (leaves) because of its spoon-shaped leaf. It represents the soul’s rebirth and wholeness from such a earthly life. It is also a symbol of hope and peace. In Feng Shui, it is believed that the energy of the house is calmed and balanced by the plant.
This indoor plant for sale in Manila thrives best in medium to bright indirect sunlight. Be careful not to expose them to harsh direct sunlight as this might scorch its leaves and be left with burn spots. Recommended watering schedule for this plant is once to twice a week. It’s easy to determine when your Peace Lily is thirsty when it’s starts drooping its leaves. Remember that the more it’s exposed to heat, the faster your plant’s soil will dry up. Make sure that excess water flows out of its pot as well to prevent overwatering.
Propagating this Peace Lily for sale in Manila is pretty straightforward using the root division method. This should be possible while repotting as these indoor plants produce new stems over the long run. Once you’ve desoiled your matured plant, you will see new offshoots apart from the mother plant. You can simply separate these stems cautiously by hand and plant them into independent pots. Care for your cuttings as you would with an ordinary Peace Lily, and roots should begin to show up following 3 weeks to about a month.