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peace lil double spath....

Posted by xmikelx 6 (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 25, 11 at 14:17

peace lily 'bloom' has two spaths ( is that correct name of the white part?)

while i do not have pictures i have a video. if you click on the link thdown below you will be taken to my photobucket. i used a flip video camera...quality no the best so sorry.

i thought it would look better. but look at the bloom"

Here is a link that might be useful: peace lilyspaths


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RE: peace lil double spath....

Yes I think spathe is the correct term. Very interesting bloom! Once in a while, nature makes anomalies. Since there is only 1 spike in the middle of this double-hooded spathe, the spathe may have just split, or that may just be the way that particular plant is "wired."

I've seen seeds send out 2 taproots, had a sunflower with a double head, and a tulip that used to have 1 green petal every year. There used to be a thread somewhere on these forums where people had put pics of plant anomalies but I can't seem to find it to share a link to it here for you.


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