The spathiphyllum Bellini is a hearty, full-blooming, air-purifying plant that is easy to care for. The plant enjoys partial sun or a shady location, and definitely does not do well in sunlight. Spathiphyllum Bellini blooms for roughly four to ten weeks and then needs a couple of weeks of rest to create new buds.
The spathiphyllum is also called the ‘spoon’ or ‘flag’ plant. It originally came from Colombia and Venezuela and belongs to the Araceae family. In 1870 the spathiphyllum was introduced in Europe. The upright white flowers are characteristic of this plant.