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  Identity of Spathiphyllum
From: Geoffrey Kibby <fieldmycol at yahoo.co.uk> on 2019.07.31 at 10:34:39(24198)
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There is a Spathiphyllum growing around the pond in the Princess of Wales greenhouse at Kew Gardens which intrigues me greatly; when flowering it has a strong smell of cloves, very striking. The leaves are broader than the normal cultivated spaths one sees everywhere for sale and rather tougher in consistency. I wonder if anyone has an idea as to its identity (perhaps Peter Boyce?). Despite searching around the plants I could not find any identifying label. Photos attached...

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Geoffrey Kibby

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From: Geoffrey Kibby <fieldmycol at yahoo.co.uk> on 2019.08.02 at 00:07:09(24199)

I'm not sure why the photos didn't load properly so am trying again, this is the mystery Spathiphyllum:

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