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Peace Lily- Spathiphyllum

Looking for a unique, easy-going plant that can help improve indoor air quality? End your search with the stunning Spathiphyllum, also known as Peace Lily. This air-purifying plant brings peace and tranquility to your home with its striking white flowers contrasting with lush deep green leaves. Trending among interior designers is the variegated 'Domino' Spathiphyllum, which flaunts dramatic white speckles and swathes on its broad foliage.

Lush ribbed texture green foliage of a potted Peace Lily Plant.

General Care

Sunlight:
Medium to bright indirect light.

Water:
Water once a week, keeping the soil moist but not soggy. Allow the soil to dry out slightly between waterings.

Humidity:
Thrives indoors or outdoors in warm, frost-free climates.

Soil:
Use a good quality potting mix.

Flowering Peace Lily Plant.

Common Problems

Pests:
Peace lilies have few insect pests, but fungus gnats, mealybugs, spider mites, and scales can be problematic. Regularly examine the leaves for signs of insect infestations and wipe them with a damp cloth to clean the foliage.

Symptoms and Causes:

  • Yellow leaves/stems: Typically caused by overwatering and root rot.
  • Lack of flowering: Often due to insufficient light.

Precautions

Peace lilies are mildly toxic to humans and animals if ingested.