200mm Pots & Hanging Baskets - Please order in multiples of 3 in full trays of 6.
Spathiphyllum is regarded as one of the most popular indoor plants because of its beautiful lush dark green leaves and its crisp white lily looking flower. Spathiphyllums grow in quite low light and will flower in those contitions too, there is almost no position in your house where one will not grow! The Sweet chico is a compact form with dark leaves suitable for smaller pots (we grow them in 130mm and 170mm). They also have quite a prolific flowering habit.
Spathiphyllums do like to have a bit of a drink but on the other hand they will tolerate drying out too, if you forget to water your spathiphyllum give it a soak in a bucket so it is fully saturated, let it drain and it will come good for you. Listen to what it is telling you and do that!. Spaths suit a wide range of uses including indoors, Offices and green walls. I have grown them fully submerged in a tropical fish tank (fresh water only!)
Most plants don't like to sit in a saucer of water when you water them but spathiphyllums do not mind, as long as once they have soaked it up you let it use the water in the soil too, you want to avoid them continuously sitting in water.
Spathiphyllums love to be potted up, if you are struggling to get your spath to flower pot it into some fresh soil in a slightly bigger pot and give it some fertalizer, this may stimulate flowering.