This is a Peace Lilly with beautiful pink flowers made with pink dye in the water. Spathiphyllum Bellini is a wonderfully elegant houseplant in a pot that makes the perfect gift. A popular choice for a home or office, being a luxuriant foliage plant as well as producing beautiful flowers. It’s also great at cleaning the air - good looks and health benefits too, what more could you ask for?
Peace Lilies are also remarkably easy to look after for something so exotic looking - keep them in a semi-shaded position, and you’re on the right track. Think of them peeping out of the dappled shade in the rainforest, and you’ll have the right idea for their care. Many people assume that tropical plants must like the full sun but generally, with rainforest plants, that’s not the case - the forest provides lots of shade, so many plants prefer not to be in the sun's full glare.
Houseplants are good for mental and physical health - and if you can’t get to the rainforest to enjoy the experience, let the rainforest come to you!
If you’re wondering about giving the Peace Plant as an indoor plant gift, we’d like to make it extra special! We’ll include a free, handwritten card with each gift delivery - you need to have your gift message at checkout, and we’ll do the rest!
Peace Lily care level
It’s a reasonably easy-care houseplant.
Where should I put it?
Peace Lily prefers partial shade and indirect light; Spathiphyllum prefer to be put out of reach of those scorching hot rays!
How often should you water peace lily?
You should keep the soil moist but not wet. The pink flowers are made with pink dye in the water, and the flowers will eventually revert to white.
How should you feed peace lily?
You can feed March-August either in the soil or by misting with a mixture of plant food and water. Try our vegan, organic plant food!
Is it suitable if I have pets?
It’s toxic to cats and dogs.
What size is it?
W13cm x H40cm, 14cm Vibes pot included
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