Spathiphyllum Sweet Romano Tissue Culture


Spathiphyllum Sweet Romano Plant is a succulent, small evergreen perennial herb with oval leaves that can be up to two meters long. Flowers are large and white with several darker green or blue flowers that contain volatile oil. The leaves are short and pungently aromatic. In the wild, it can be found growing in Portugal, Mediterranean regions like Morocco, and in France, Spain, and Italy.

There are two types of this succulent Spathiphyllum Sweet Romano Plant: one with the fleshy roots and another with the unripe root. Both have the ability to produce quality, fragrant foliage. It can be used fresh or preserved in brine or salt. Most of the sweet potato that is consumed in cooking is made from the peeled root. If you have not tried it yet, give it a try and see how you like it.

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