Peace Lily | How to Care for the Peace Lily

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How to Care for the Peace Lily

The Peace Lily is one of the most beautiful and favored houseplants in the plant world. It produces long-lasting white blooms and they filter more indoor pollutants than any other plants. So, they are a perfect fit for your bedrooms or any of your indoor spaces.

They are tropical plants and do awesomely well when potted indoors. Peace Lily plants grow about 1 to 3 feet tall and with dark green leaves, it creates an amazing contrast to the white flowers. Peace Lily care is so easy, even a beginner can be an expert if you follow these tips. It’s so beautiful and this greenery plant will shine your space. 

Here’s what you need to know about Peace Lily care in your space.



The peace lily is a striking plant when used indoors. They bloom in the spring with long-lasting flowers that hover gracefully over the leaves on thin stalks. They can also be forced to bloom in the fall or winter. A well-grown Peace Lily may bloom twice a year, resulting in several months of flowers.

  1. Peace lilies are shade-loving plants. Keep them out of direct afternoon sunlight. Curled, pale leaves generally indicate that the plant is receiving too much light and scorched leaves indicate too much direct sun. In either case, the plant should be moved to a shadier location.
  2. Peace lilies like a rich, loose potting soil containing plenty of organic material. Keep the soil moist and do not overwater. Water and mist the plant frequently because they love humidity like in a rainforest.
  3. Peace lilies are sensitive to chemicals commonly found in tap water. If your water is highly chlorinated, use filtered water if possible so you can avoid brown leaf tips.
  4. These plants really prefer moist warmth. Keep your room temperature at 65 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit, since they won’t do well with cold temperatures.
  5. Feed your peace lilies bi-weekly in the summer with slow-release PRO ORGANIC® Plant Food at the beginning of the season. Feed every 6 weeks or so in late winter.
  6. Repot peace lilies annually in the spring. They’re easy to propagate by division while out of the pot. Large plants can be divided into clumps, which can then be independently potted.


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General Care Tips for Your Peace Lily

Every few days, wipe down the plant with a soft cloth. A little tender loving care goes a long way and helps keep your plant happy.

Once a week, check for any old or dead foliage and trim it off. Removing the dying or dead flowers will ensure new growth. The Peace Lily is a beautiful plant and will bring a lot of enjoyment. It’s beautiful, but also it can be toxic to pets. Keep this in mind when choosing the location of your plant.

For maximum growth, remember that foliar feeding can produce amazing results for your plant. We recommend PRO ORGANIC Foliar Spray for best results.


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