[Peace Lily - small]
[Peace Lily - small]
[Peace Lily - small]
[Peace Lily - small]
[Peace Lily - small]
[Peace Lily - small]
[Peace Lily - small]
[Peace Lily - small]

Pamela [Peace Lily - small]


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Regular price R 99.00 Save R -99.00

Pamela is not only a beauty, she's an eco-warrior, filtering five harmful toxins from the air: benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, xylene, and ammonia. How she manages to keep up those good looks is miraculous. With her perfect white 'flowers' (modified leaves protecting the spadix) and dark emerald leaves, she suits any decor style from contemporary to boho. 

Available in a 12cm grow pot. As these Peace Lilies are quite sensitive to cold, we're making them available for Gauteng delivery only.


Flat shipping rates apply per order (add more plants & pay the same on shipping). Gauteng R79. Rest of South Africa R119 (Except Limpopo, Mpumalanga & Northern Cape R149).

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Caring for Pamela


Pamela will flower best in bright indirect light. Peace lilies can tolerate low-light conditions but may not bloom as prolifically.

Water & humidity

Water enough to keep the soil slightly moist but never soggy. It's a good idea to let just the top layer dry first before watering again to prevent overwatering. Drooping leaves is a sign your Peace Lily is thirsty. She'll perk up after being watered. It's much easier to recover from underwatering than overwatering. If she gets really parched the bottom leaves may turn yellow and fall off. Water less in winter when the plant is finished blooming. Peace Lilies enjoy high humidity


Fertilise 1-2 times in summer. Overfeeding will lead to brown leaves.


Re-pot annually in the spring, at which point it can be divided. Peace lilies appreciate the fresh soil. Use a well-draining, nutrient-rich potting soil with added perlite.

Atrium Top Tip

Mist Pamela's leaves regularly to increase humidity.

Quirky plant fact

Peace lilies can be grown in water without any soil. Fill the bottom of a vase with water and stack pebbles in the water just above the waterline, then place the Peace Lily on top. This way the roots grow into the water while the base of the plant is kept from being too soggy. Of course, nobody can be flawless. Pamela's leaves are unfortunately toxic to pets and small children, but only if ingested in very large quantities.