Spathiphyllum wallisii is a plant of the family Araceae. It is a herbacous, perennial plant, very popular among house plants.
It is formed by a densely crowded inflorescence called a spadix which is subtended by one large bract called a spathe. The spadix is generally cream or ivory, but it turns green with age. The spathe is usually white or white with green nerves, turning green with age. Leaves are basal, glossy and somewhat deeply veined, ovate and acuminate.
Natural distribution: Colombia, Venezuela.
Introduced into: Bangladesh, Comoros, Cook Is., Cuba, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Mexico Southwest, Puerto Rico, Venezuelan Antilles.