Spathiphyllum wallisii 'Sweet Lauretta'

Peace Lily - Sweet Lauretta (M)


The 'Peace Lily' is a gorgeous, easy to grow plant suitable for low light conditions making it very popular amongst both experienced and new plant owners . It is a regarded popular indoor plant because of its beautiful lush dark green leaves, and it's distinct, white, contrasting lily flower. It can also remove many indoor toxins and neutralise air quality.


Happy in a variety of light conditions from low to bright indirect light, but will only flower with sufficient light. Soil should always remain slightly damp but well drained. Mist regularly to avoid leaves turning brown and trim any dead leaves. Avoid hot or cold drafts and water more in summer, and less in winter.

growth CARE LEVEL Easy
water WATER Medium water consumption,
keep soil well drained and mist regularly
sun LIGHT Low Light, Filtered Light, Indirect Light
size PLANT SIZE Grows to 30cm

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One Tree Planted has a five-year plan to plant up to one million trees in Bushfire Recovery Nurseries around Australia alongside the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife (FNPW), local governments and other community partners to rebuild natural habitat with indigenous tree species.

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