spathiphyllum sonya

Cereus-validus fashizzle.youself at
Wed Mar 3 17:06:29 EST 2004

Dry air & not enough water.

In nature, Spathiphyllum are found growing along the banks of streams and
often grow partially submerged at certain times of the year.

They do best growing in moist soil and with a high humidity. That's
something difficult to do indoors because the optimum conditions for growing
the plants well are very uncomfortable to humans.

Grow the plants with the pot in a saucer, water frequently, check to be sure
the soil is moist. Place the plant, pot and saucer in a wide tray with
gravel and keep the gravel moist to provide a high humidity. Also, mist the
leaves as often as you can.

"Michael M. Cohen" <michael@(no.spamm)> wrote in message
news:quadndBhdoq9gtvdRVn2sg at
> I have a spathiphyllum sonya houseplant. Its leaves are brown at the tips.
> What would the reason be?

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