SPATHIPHYLLUM Potted plant, Peace lily,


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When the leaves droop on this easy-care plant, it’s trying to tell you that it needs water. Easy to understand – and it can also boost your well-being and make the home more vibrant.

Article Number168.040.78

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Decorate your home with plants combined with a plant pot to suit your style.

Native to Colombia and Venezuela.

Easy care plant.

This plant will dry out if placed too close to a heat source such as a radiator.

Give your plants a boost with fertiliser every month. If you notice that the plant has gone dormant - let it be until next season.

IKEA provides all potted plants with nutrient-rich soil, repotting is not needed until 1 year after purchase.

Remove dust every now and then to allow the plant to get as much light as possible.

The height of the plants can vary.

Article Number168.040.78
  • Plant/ Substrate:

    Cultivated potted plant


    Polypropylene plastic


    Only for decoration, not suitable for consumption.


    For indoor use

    Place in a shady area.


    Minimum temperature 15°C.


    Water often.


Diameter of plant pot: 17 cm

Height of plant: 70 cm

    Potted plantArticle no.168.040.78

    Length: 85 cm

    Weight: 1.64 kg

    Diameter: 31 cm

    Package(s): 1


Excellent quality and valueVerified BuyerI bought 2 of these plants and they were excellent value and quality and are thriving.5
Great value Peace LilyVerified BuyerVery healthy plant with several flowers and lots more to come. An excellent price considering the size of the plant.5
Perfect lillyVerified BuyerThis has grown so much in the short time that I've owned it. Looks lovely.5
Beautiful and cheapVerified BuyerBeautiful and cheap5
Just gorgeousVerified BuyerJust gorgeous5
Excellent indoor plant that doesn"tVerified BuyerExcellent indoor plant that doesn't need a lot of maintenance. Ideal as a gift.5
lovely healthy plantVerified Buyerlovely healthy plant5
SatisfiedVerified BuyerSatisfied5
healthy large plantVerified BuyerA great price for a large plant.5
Looks lovely, easy to maintainVerified BuyerLooks lovely, easy to maintain and value for money.5
I love this plants ,Verified BuyerI love this plants , it looks so good in my living room 😍💯5
Great!Nekpen28Extremely happy with my choice4
LOVELY PLANTSSAW01Bought quite a few of these, already produced loads of flowers5
Truly marvelous!NolemeWell potted great quality plant!5
Lovely specimenY99IGood value and quality. Flowers prolifically5
Nrm59Bits of it have died already so would like ve some feed back if I’m doing anything wrong.2
House plantAnonymous reviewerOur lantern had been reduced a few brown flowers and tips to the leaves .Still well with the £5.50 that I paid .It didn’t take long to flower and is a beautiful plant enjoying the dappled light from our window .5
Healthy PlantBrinjalThe plant seemed healthy and has since grown and appears well5
Lovely big plant great valueJenMedThis plant is really good value for money and looks fab!5
Just keeps survivingMrForsyMy wife doesn’t have the greenest of fingers, so most plants die at her touch, though this one has done the opposite! Somehow flowering even better than when we first bought it!5

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Sustainable life at home

Care thrives in green leaves

Did you know that if you take care of your plants, they’ll take care of you? We have long known that plants are an easy way to make your home more pleasant. But we also wanted to find out if and how they affect our health. We found answers to our questions in a study we carried out with the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. Plants are indeed good for our well-being. Our green friends can help us to be more creative and also reduce stress – care thrives in their green leaves!

SPATHIPHYLLUM Potted plant, Peace lily, 17 cm

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Easy to understand

When the leaves droop on this peace lilly, it’s trying to tell you that it needs water. Easy to understand and easy to care for – and it can also boost your well-being and make your home more vibrant. Just remember not to place it in direct sunlight or near a heat source in the home since it will dry out.