Spathiphyllum ‘Chopin’

Peace Lily

Spathiphyllum floribundum ‘Chopin’ is a cultivar selected for its emerald green leaves and classic white Peace Lily flowers.

Thriving in many indoor environments, this is a tough plant which can brighten up a dull corner.

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Origin: Central America
Genus: Spathiphyllum
Species / Cultivar: floribundum 'Chopin'
Common Name: Peace Lily

Plant Biography

There are several Spathiphyllum species and cultivars in circulation, most originating from the tropical regions of the Americas.

Spathiphyllum floribundum ‘Chopin’ is a classic Peace Lily with an upright growth habit. Perfect for many indoor situations.

Spathiphyllum 'Chopin'
Light: Bright Indirect
This plant likes sun, but keep out of direct sunlight. Best placed in an area near a window.
Soil: Indoor Potting Mix
Enjoys moist well drained soil with composted organics and some drainage material.
Temperature: 18-22°C°C
Temperature range at which this plant is healthiest and grows best.
Growth Rate: Medium
Expect to see moderate growth during growing season.
Water Requirement: Light Watering
Water when several cm of soil depth is dry to the touch. Water must draining easily away.
Humidity: Medium
Easygoing in regular home conditions, keep away from cold draughts and heat sources.
Maintenance: Low
Requires no attention beyond correct position and watering. An ideal starter plant!
Eventual Height: 0.6m
The plant's ultimate height in typical growing conditions.
Eventual Spread: 0.4m
The plant's ultimate spread in typical growing conditions.

Expert Tip

Spathiphyllum benefit from having their leaves wiped down occasionally to remove dust build-up.
Care & Size Guidance

Care & Size Guidance

Spathiphyllum floribundum ‘Chopin’ is a compact cultivar so is unlikely to ever outgrow its space. Generally low maintenance, it does benefit from having old leaves and spent flowers removed periodically.

Spathiphyllum dislike sitting in wet soil so allow the soil at the top of the pot to dry out between watering, and do not allow the plant to sit in water.

Feed with a houseplant fertiliser from April to September.


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