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The Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum) has elegant, silky white flowers and glossy green leaves. A popular indoor plant, it is low maintenance and is known for its ability to help purify the air. This pretty plant brings a sense of calm to your home, making it a perfect addition to a bedroom.
The leaves of the Peace Lily droop when the plant is thirsty.
How to care for Peace Lily
The Peace Lily prefers bright light, but it can tolerate most light conditions.
The most important thing is to mist occasionally.
Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Water when the top inch of soil feels dry.
Feed the Peace Lily once every two months during the spring and summer with a liquid feed.
Peace Lilies thrive in humid conditions, mist a few times a week.
NURSERY POT SIZE
12cm, 17cm, 21cm
PLANT HEIGHT (INCLUDING POT)
40-50cm, 70-80cm, 90-100cm
Yellow leaves suggest over watering, a drooping plant means under watering.
This plant is harmful if ingested.
Indoor plants help bring personality, break up spaces and introduce new textures and tones.
At Soto we want to make looking after your plants as easy and enjoyable as possible. The Peace Lily profile will help you get to know your new plant.
The Peace Lily also known as Spathiphyllum, is native to the tropical rainforests of Central and South America. The plant is a member of the Araceae family and gained additional popularity in the 1980s when it was featured in NASA's Clean Air Study.
Peace Lilies prefer bright, indirect light but can tolerate lower light conditions. They can adapt to low-light conditions, making them suitable for offices or rooms with less natural light.
Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Peace Lilies are sensitive to underwatering, and their leaves will droop when they need water but watering usually revives the plant quickly.
Peace Lilies thrive in high humidity but can tolerate average indoor humidity levels. Brown tips on leaves can be a sign of low humidity. To increase humidity or try placing a tray of water near the plant.
Remove yellow or brown leaves at the base of the plant using clean, sharp scissors or pruning shears. Deadheading encourages more blooms.