Peace Lily 'Chopin'
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Peace Lily 'Chopin' Overview
Spathiphyllum 'Chopin' is commonly known by the name Peace Lily and they will produce lush, dark green, oval leaves that stand upright or slightly arch. The flowers are white, cream or green, and resemble arum lilies. They tolerate neglect well, making them a popular houseplant. These plants grow well in shaded conditions but flower better with more light. It's best to keep evenly moist but can cope with some forgetful watering. They produce a flowering structure known as a spadix, this is a spike inflorescence with small blooms arranged on a fleshy stem and surrounded by a long white, yellow or green-coloured modified leaf known as a spathe. It has also been found effective at absorbing certain contaminants from the air. Mildly toxic to humans and animals on ingestion and the foliage can irritate the skin.
How to propagate Peace Lily 'Chopin'
You can propagate by division in the spring or summer.
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Other uses of Peace Lily 'Chopin'
Grown for their foliage and flowers. With an OPALS, rating of 2, they are a 'Good' choice to include in a low allergen planting scheme.