Spathiphyllum wallisii

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Wallisii is one of more than 40 species.  The spadix (flower centre) is generally cream or ivory when young, and turns green with age; the spathe (external flower) is generally white or white with green nerves distally from the margin, turning green with age. Leaves are basal, glossy and somewhat deeply veined, ovate and acuminate. The petioles are long and the leaves arch gracefully. The plant produces offsets at the base and in time becomes a dense clump.

Comes in a 130mm pot.

HEIGHT - 45-60cm.

LIGHT - Bright indirect light.

WATER - Keep moist but not overwatered and water more regularly in warmer months.