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Peace lily viscota | Spathyphyllum viscota

Rs. 349.00
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Indoor Plant
Full Sun
Partial Shade
Well Drained Soil
Needs Moderate Watering
Air Purifying
Moist Soil
Flowering Plant
Exotic Variety
Do not eat me!

Common Name: Peace lily viscota

Botanical Name: Spathyphyllum viscota

Other names: Peace lily viscota

Origin: America, Southeast Asia

What's special?

 ‘Peace Lily Viscota’ is all about its elaborate foliage. All the elements – long, slender, dark green leaves, the creamy-white blooms, tender yet supportive individual stems - fall into place with a perfect balance. An interesting thing to note is that the flower of this plant is recognized as a truce signal, internationally. And not just aesthetics but this plant is also a great filter of indoor pollutants, so it is perfect for bedrooms or other frequented spaces. This plant is surely an ideal housewarming gift. The dark green coloring remains consistent throughout the year, providing a feeling of calmness & peace to your place, whatever the season.

Growth Habits: Up to 40 cms

Soil Requirement: Well drained, cocopeat

Watering Schedule: Twice a week

Light condition: Bright indirect sunlight

Ideal Temperature: Anywhere between 18 - 24 degree Celsius

Repotting instructions: These plants will require annual repotting or whenever the plant outgrows the current container. Use slightly bigger pot and fresh soil while repotting.

Suitable Locations: Places where the plant can get bright indirect light like Shaded balcony, closer to window, floor accent, etc.

Maintenance: Low

Caring Tips:

 • Always use pots with proper drainage hole. Excess water can damage the plant in a very short time. • Keep these plants away from AC vents. Do not repot the plant for a minimum of 2 weeks after receiving it. • As a simple rule, watering must be done regularly in the summer and should be reduced during winter and rainy season. • Always remove dead, infected, or damaged plant parts and discard them. • Stay a little careful if you have pets and/or children around as the leaves are poisonous if ingested.