spathiphyllum


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spathiphyllum

(spəˈθɪfɪləm)
n
(Plants) a member of a genus of tropical flowering plants
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Noun1.spathiphyllum - any of various plants of the genus Spathiphyllum having a white or green spathe and a spike of fragrant flowers and often cultivated as an ornamentalspathiphyllum - any of various plants of the genus Spathiphyllum having a white or green spathe and a spike of fragrant flowers and often cultivated as an ornamental
flower - a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms
genus Spathiphyllum - evergreen rhizomatous perennials of tropical America and Philippines and Indonesia
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Evaluacion de sustratos para la produccion de Epipremnum aureum y Spathiphyllum wallisii cultivadas en Maceta.
The other species, Psydrothrips luteolus Nakahara & Tsuda, is known only from Hawaii and Florida infesting the young leaves of unrelated Araceae plants such as dieffenbachia, Epipremnum, syngonium and spathiphyllum (Edwards 1995; Nakahara & Tsuda 1995; Moritz et al.
Cauliflora Coliflor Hylocereus undatus Pitahaya Mangifera indica Mango Spondias purpurea Jocote de corona Anacardium occidentale Jocote maranon Spathiphyllum blandum Gushnay Jacaranda mimosifolia Jacaranda Bur ser a simaruba Indio desnudo Chenopodium ambrosoides Ap azote Cucurbita fid folia Pepitoria Sechium edule Guisquil Cupressus lusitanica Cipres Equisetum hyemale Cola de caballo Ricinus communis Higuerillo Crotolaria longirostrata Chipilin Inga spp.
Spathiphyllum prefers moist soil, and Schef-flera elegantissima needs consistent watering or it can lose leaves.
Big, thirsty, leafy plants have some of the best cooling properties such as the Spathiphyllum or Philodendrons.
Plants Causing Gastrointestinal Toxicity--The plants causing gastrointestinal toxicity include the hepatotoxic pyrrolizidine alkaloids and the calcium oxalate injectors, which are popular household plants and include many popular cultivars of Caladium, Dieffenbachia, Philodendron, Schefflera, and Spathiphyllum (Table 1).
Anthurium 45 (50)/29 (31); Arisaema 2/1; Caladium 1/0; Dieffenbachia 2/0; Dracontium 1/0; Lemna 7/0; Monstera 8/1; Montrichardia 1/0; Philodendron 26 (28)/9; Pistia 1/0; Rhodospatha 1/0; Spathiphyllum 7/2; Spirodela 2/0; Stenospermation 1/0; Syngonium 8/1; Wolfia 2/0; Wolffiella 4/0; Xanthosoma 8/2
2009), Spathiphyllum wallisii (Vanstechelman et al.
As one continues exploring this exciting new addition to Grosvenor House, you will see Planters' work all the way through, with stunningly preserved Spathiphyllum or peace lily and magnificent orchids in exquisitely designed planters.