Momentarily the breeding of Spathiphyllum is almost entirely based on
swarms of hybrids and species names are no longer applicable or wanted.
The one that is recognisable to species is S. floribundum, every now and
then but the name is quite often wrongly applied to cultivars as 'Mauna
Loa' etc., which are way too large for the species and are in effect
Sorry but I am afraid you're attempts will be in vain.
> From: Toby Marsden[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
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> Sent: dinsdag 20 april 1999 22:05
> To: hetter@VKC.NL
> Subject: Spathiphyllum
> Hi All,
> I wonder if anyone knows of sources of _SPECIES_ Spathiphyllum within
> the EU
> (except wallisii!). My research has shown very little, except that
> species were available in Britain almost 10 years ago (!). All
> attempts to
> track down specimens have proven fruitless.
> Even knowing of nurseries in the US would help... but is obviously
> due to the paperwork involved.
> Thanks in advance for any help.
> Kindest Regards,
> Toby Marsden
> Herefordshire, UK