Can you help me name this flower?

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  1. photo gal

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    [​IMG] I am having trouble naming this photo. I don't even know what type of flower it is. It was a gift. BTW what do you think of the photo?
     
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    hey lovely photo. I liked it
     
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    thank you iphoto!
     
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    Common name Closet Plant

    Scientific name: Spathiphyllum 'Mauna Loa' Description: Stemless hybrid growing to 2 feet tall. Its glossy green, lance-shaped leaves on 10-12 inch stalks are up to 9 inches long and 5 inches wide. The flower stalk can be 15-20 inches long and the pointed-oval spathe backing the cream-colored spadix is 4-6 inches long and up to 4 inches wide.

    Light: Medium to low light

    Temperature: Normal room temperatures

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    wow very cool, thank you so much LittleMan!
     
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    Not a problem!
    Anytime! :)
     
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    I have most frequently heard it called the Peace Lilly and I have one in my living room I'm trying not to kill. Nice shot.

    Jackie
     

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