Saturday, October 27, 2007

Lily on log

This is one of the lilies that Áurea planted on the piquiá log a few months ago. I was surprised to see it blooming on one of my watering runs. I had no idea what kind of lily it was until one day Áurea was flipping through a magazine at the Bosque reception center ... and there it was! It's a Peace Lily, well named indeed. I added the link because I found the described merits of the lily very interesting. We'll be planting more of these, for sure.

1 comment:

Genevieve said...

Peace lilies are often seen in U.S. shopping malls, hospitals, etc. where they have big planters under skylights. In my experience with them as houseplants, their main requirement seems to be moist soil. They're not particularly fussy about light.