Beautiful houseplants with bright white flowers that are very easy to care for; Cupid Spathiphyllum (aka 'spoon plant') has it. This air-purifying winner is a favourite houseplant for many because of its fresh appearance.
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Many green plants neutralise pollutants from the air. Via the leaves and roots, they absorb the chemicals, converting them into nutrients in the plant and storing them for growth. Spathiphyllum is a champion within the air-purifying range. To learn more about air-purifying plants, visit www.airsopure
The Spathiphyllum is also called the Spoon Plant or Pennant Plant. It is native to Colombia and Venezuela and belongs to the species Aracaea. The Spathiphyllum was introduced to Europe in 1870. The upright white flowers are characteristic of this plant.
The flowers of Spathiphyllum are always white, but vary in size and number by species. The larger the plant, the larger the flowers, but this too depends on the species. Some Spathiphyllum plants have lightly scented flowers.
Spathiphyllum Cupido™ comes in many different varieties and sizes. What these have in common is rich flowering, a compact plant structure and a long shelf life. Each variety has its unique characteristics such as flower size or leaf size or shape and these are combined with the most suitable pot size.
Frequently asked questions
It can happen that a white flower turns green. This happens when a flower has almost finished flowering; the flower then turns from white to green.
The plant has probably not produced any new leaves for a while. The plant needs to be encouraged to do so. Therefore, temporarily give the plant a little less water than normal. If this does not help, move it to another spot. As soon as the plant produces new leaves again, it will flower again.
You can cut off yellow leaves with scissors. Brown flowers are usually easy to remove, but if you cannot, you can also use scissors.
The answer is simple: move the plant to a darker location and give it a little more plant food. You can also spray a leaf nutrition spray on the leaves. After some time, the plant will regain darker leaves.