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Original price Rs. 120.00
Original price Rs. 120.00 - Original price Rs. 120.00
Original price Rs. 120.00
Current price Rs. 20.00
Rs. 20.00 - Rs. 20.00
Current price Rs. 20.00

The Peace Lily, scientifically known as Spathiphyllum, is a popular and widely loved indoor houseplant cherished for its elegant appearance and air-purifying properties. Native to the tropical regions of the Americas and southeastern Asia, this plant has become a staple in homes, offices, and public spaces due to its attractive foliage and stunning white blooms. Here's a description of the Peace Lily:

  1. Leaves: The Peace Lily features large, glossy, dark green leaves with prominent veins. The foliage grows in an attractive rosette formation and has a graceful arching habit. The leaves have a leathery texture and can grow up to several inches in length.

  2. Flowers: One of the most captivating features of the Peace Lily is its unique flowers. The flowers consist of a white, spoon-shaped, or hood-like bract known as a spathe, which surrounds a finger-like, upright structure called the spadix. The spadix is usually a contrasting yellow color. When the plant blooms, the spathe gracefully unfurls, revealing the spadix. The white blooms stand out beautifully against the dark green foliage, creating a striking contrast.

  3. Flowering Season: Peace Lilies can bloom multiple times a year under the right conditions. While they are known to bloom more frequently in spring and summer, they can produce flowers sporadically throughout the year.

  4. Care Requirements: Peace Lilies are relatively easy to care for, making them a favorite among both beginner and experienced plant enthusiasts. They thrive in indoor environments with moderate to bright, indirect light. Direct sunlight should be avoided as it can scorch the leaves. The plant prefers consistently moist soil, but it's essential not to overwater it, as it can lead to root rot. Allow the top inch of the soil to dry before watering again. The Peace Lily appreciates higher humidity levels, and misting the leaves can help maintain the desired humidity.

  5. Air-Purifying Qualities: One of the remarkable benefits of the Peace Lily is its ability to purify indoor air by removing common pollutants like formaldehyde, benzene, and ammonia. It's an excellent choice for improving indoor air quality.

  6. Toxicity: While the Peace Lily is not considered highly toxic, it contains calcium oxalate crystals, which can cause irritation and discomfort if ingested. Keep it out of reach of pets and small children.

  7. Propagation: Propagation of the Peace Lily is typically done through division. As the plant matures and becomes root-bound, it can be separated into smaller sections, each with its own roots and stems, and then replanted to create new plants.

With its lush, green foliage and elegant white blooms, the Peace Lily adds a touch of tranquility and natural beauty to any indoor space, making it a cherished and timeless houseplant choice.

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