Beware!!! The height may vary by a few centimeters.
The Spathiphyllum - 140 cm is a flowering houseplant. Because of its white flowers, which resemble a spoon, it is also called the Spoon Plant. After about three months it is possible that the flower turns green, this is a sign that the flower has finished blooming and is dying. Don't worry, later it will give new flowers again! Should green flowers appear much earlier, it may be that the Spathiphyllum receives too little light.
The Spathiphyllum - 140 cm prefers a light spot. In this, the Spoonplant should be in direct sunlight for a maximum of one hour. It is important to choose a very light location, where indirect sunlight enters. If the Spoonplant stands too long in direct sunlight, the leaves will turn yellow and the flowers brown. Is
The Spathiphyllum - 140 cm is mildly poisonous. We do not recommend consuming the Spathiphyllum plant. Beware with small children and pets.
The Wick Way is the system that makes the plants water themselves! All you have to do is refill the water reservoir when the water meter indicates. Because of The Wick Way, your plant will never again receive too much or too little water. Your Wickplants will stay alive longer, beautiful and it saves you from taking care of your plants! Take Care The Wick Way!
The Spathiphyllum - 140 cm comes in a grow pot with wicks inside. All Wickplants are delivered to you in a shipping box specially designed for Wickplants. The houseplants stand firmly in the box so that they cannot move in any direction. This is due to the unique interior that is inside the box. It does not matter if the houseplants spend a day in a dark box! This way we make sure that your Wickplants are delivered neatly to your home.
We fully understand that you would like to see your XL plant first, which is why we can send a picture of it via WhatsApp. When you send a WhatsApp to the following number, we will take some pictures.
With Wickplants, you let your green friends grow and bloom, without having to do anything yourself. Thanks to the water reservoir and wick, too-wet soil or thirsty plants are a thing of the past!
Enjoy a beautiful green paradise with plants that shine with the longest lifespan!