Peace lilies (Spathiphyllum) are terrific as houseplants. Small varieties look attractive on a tabletop and bigger ones can occupy a nice-sized spot on the floor. They filter more indoor pollutants than most other plants, so are great for bedrooms or other frequented rooms. Inside the tropical plant's pores, toxic gases like carbon monoxide and formaldehyde are broken down and neutralized.
Peace lilies like a rich, loose potting soil full of organic material. These plants are native to tropical canopy conditions where the soil is rich with deteriorating plant material.
Water and mist peace lilies frequently in the summer as they thrive with higher humidity, such as that found in the rainforest. reduce watering in winter but never allow the soil to dry out. If your water is highly chlorinated, use filtered water.
Avoid cold drafts and temperatures below 55 f, the plant will die in cold temperatures.
Feed weekly in the summer. Do not fertilize in the winter.
Peace Lily in a Pot
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