Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum) Care
Meet the Peace Lily
This evergreen perennial is a popular flowering houseplant native to tropical Southeastern Asia. Also a known air purifier, this plant is a great addition to any office, home, or desk space as it is easy to care for and doesn't require too much sunlight. The Peace lily will reward you with a beautiful folded flower a few times each year.
The Peace Lily thrives best in bright indirect light. It can also tolerate low light conditions, although foliage growth will be slow and it may not flower.
Water when the top 50% of the soil becomes dry. If your Peace Lily gets too dry its foliage will dramatically droop, but after you give it a good watering it will perk right up!
The Peace Lily prefers temperatures between 60°-80° F. They are sensitive to sudden plant temperatures.
Common Problems Q&A
Why are my leaves yellowing?
Your Peace Lily is likely being overwatered, make sure you are letting the top 50% of soil dry out in between waterings. If your plant is over watered for too long your plant may experience root rot.
Why are my leaves droopng?
Droopy leaves are generally a sign of underwatering. We recommend watering your plant thoroughly when the top 50% of soil is dry. Make sure to Water thoroughly until it flows out of the drainage hole and discard any excess water. Your Peace Lily should quickly perk up!