Come and discover us, as we always say to florists and garden centres that want to know more about our Spathiphyllums. We cultivate various varieties. They all have bright green leaves and attractive white calyxes. Our Spathiphyllum is a strong, long-lasting plant. You get a great deal of "volume" for relatively little money. This means that our Spathiphyllums are very full plants with an abundance of leaves and flowers. As they are so strong, they do well with very little care. Just a little water on a regular basis – to keep the root ball moist, and more water during the warm summer months – and a little fertiliser occasionally. Blooms that have finished flowering are best removed. That’s all. But you will discover much more. For example, this strong and easy to care for plant also makes a very attractive addition to your interior. Thanks to its simplicity of plenty of greenery and white flowers, it enriches both modern and more classic interiors. Our Spathiphyllum therefore makes an excellent gift!
Discover the air-purifying properties of the Spathiphyllum. It exudes cheerfulness, is always perky and has another major advantage: it helps purify the air in your house. International research has demonstrated that the Spathiphyllum removes harmful substances (including CO2) from the air and replaces them with pure oxygen (O2). The Spathiphyllum helps create a very healthy interior climate. What a breath of fresh air!
Discover what we discovered in the research results of NASA, the TNO and Wageningen University. Scientists have carried out experiments with people who work with a computer screen for longer than four hours a day. A number of Spathiphyllums were placed by workers in group A, but not by workers in group B. The result? The people in group A felt better, took more pleasure in their work, and were much more productive than those in group B. This result is due to the Spathiphyllum’s air purifying properties. What a discovery!
Discover our special “musical” range of Spathiphyllums: Bellini, Chopin, Strauss and Verdi: classical composers, well-known and well-loved for centuries.
Discover how the Spathiphyllum was discovered in the tropical rainforests of Colombia and Venezuela. It arrived in Europe in 1870, where kit was given a warm welcome. It belongs to the Arum family, or Araceae. This family also includes the Anthurium, the Dieffenbachia and the Philodendron – and if you look closely, you will see why .