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(Peace Lily)

A native of the rain forests of Guyana, Jamaica, the West Indies and Suriname, Spathiphyllum blandum is a tropical evergreen peace lily rarely in cultivation. It is a robust species with large, glossy, lance-shaped leaves of dark green with sunken leaf veins. Each flower has a spoon-shaped green spathe surrounding a knobby white spadix. The flowers may bloom year round if growing conditions are favorable but are most prevalent from early spring to summer.

Spathiphyllum is a genus...

(Peace Lily, Spathe Flower)

A native of the rain forests of Trinidad, Spathiphyllum cannifolium is a tropical evergreen peace lily with exceptionally pretty foliage and flowers. It is a robust species with large, glossy, oval leaves of dark green with sunken leaf veins. Each flower has a large, ivory to pale yellow spathe, which folds backwards to expose a slender, knobby, ivory spadix. The flowers may bloom year round if growing conditions are favorable but are most prevalent from early spring to summer. This species...

(Peace Lily)

The large leaves and flowers of this tropical beauty can't be beat. Native to the rain forests of Mexico and Central America, Spathiphyllum cochlearispathum is a low-growing but bold peace lily ideal for tropical landscapes and interiorscaping. Each bushy plant has huge lance-shaped leaves with sunken leaf veins. Each spoon-shaped flower has a very large yellowish spathe, which folds around a knobby, tan to green spadix. The flowers may bloom year round if growing conditions are favorable...

(Peace Lily)

Bearing some of the largest blooms of its tribe, this large-flowered "peace lily" is a tender evergreen perennial native to Indonesia and the Philippines. It spreads slowly by underground rhizomes to form dense clumps of shiny dark green elliptic leaves held on long-sheathed petioles (leaf stems). The leaves are corrugated by indented veins. The blooms comprise a creamy-white finger-like floral structure (spadix) surrounded by a broad erect white petal-like bract (spathe). The blooms are long lasting...

(Peace Lily)

Rarely in cultivation, Spathiphyllum patinii is a markedly elegant peace lily with finer leaves and small, elegant spathe and spadex flowers of white that rise from long, slim stems. Native to the rainforests of South America, it is a low-growing perennial ideal for container culture. The bushy plant has slender lance-shaped, dark green leaves with sunken leaf veins. Each flower has a lance-shaped, backward-arching spathe of white, and long, slender, greenish spadix that points upwards....

(Peace Lily)

Rarely in cultivation, Spathiphyllum phryniifolium is a pretty peace lily with notably green flowers. Native to the rain forests of Panama, it is a low-growing peace lily ideal for container culture. The bushy plant has elliptical, deep green leaves with sunken leaf veins. Each spoon-shaped flower has a greenish spathe that surrounds a yellow to greenish tan spadix. The flowers may bloom year round if growing conditions are favorable but are most prevalent from early spring to summer.

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Image of Spathiphyllum wallisii photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Peace Lily)

Displaying large leaves with pleated veins, this large-flowered peace lily is one of the most ornamental of the Spathiphyllum genus. A tender evergreen perennial native to the humid forests of Colombia and Venezuela, Spathiphyllum wallisii spreads slowly by underground rhizomes to form dense clumps.

The glossy, medium green, elliptical leaves of this lush tropical are held on short, sheathed petioles (leaf stems). Leaf edges are gently wavy. The leaves have corrugated indented...

Image of Spathodea campanulata photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(African Tuliptree, Flame-of-the-forest)

The reddish, tulip-shaped flowers of African tuliptree occur in plump clusters high in the canopy from spring to autumn. One of the most beautiful tropical flowering trees, it is native across the dry, humid forests and savannas of sub-Saharan Africa. Fast growing when young, it develops an upright oval canopy atop a buttressed trunk. Like most fast-growing trees this shallow-rooted species also has weak limbs.

African tuliptree is semi-evergreen, dropping its foliage only in the most severe...

Image of Spathodea campanulata

Luis Bacher

(Flame-of-the-forest, Golden Flame-of-the-forest, Yellow African Tuliptree)

From spring to autumn, yellow blossoms cover the upper branch tips of the yellow African tuliptree. One of the most beautiful tropical flowering trees, Spathodea campanulata is native across the dry, humid forests and savannas of sub-Saharan Africa. Fast growing when young, it develops an upright oval canopy atop a buttressed trunk. Like most fast-growing trees this shallow-rooted species also has weak limbs.

African tuliptree is semi-evergreen, dropping its foliage only in the most...

Image of Spathoglottis plicata photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Ground Orchid)

Beautiful when blanketing the ground with its lush evergreen foliage, this vigorous but cold-tender terrestrial orchid is from Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands. It's prized for its year-round succession of lovely purple-pink flowers. Resembling very wide blades of grass or pleated palm frond leaflets, the long broadly sword-shaped leaves arise from a cluster of short swollen bulb-like stems. The leaves arch gracefully. In warm humid weather plants send up tall stalks that bear clusters of plump,...