Spathiphyllum, commonly known as the peace lily, is an adaptable and low-maintenance houseplant. This tropical shade-loving plant helps cleanse the air we breathe. While we all appreciate a cleaner, oxygenated air, it’s also the easy Peace Lily care, resiliency and forgiving nature that makes them such popular houseplants. Put them in a brightly lit space and let them decorate the space with their pretty white spathes.
About Peace Lily Big Leaf Plant (2 Ft)
- With enough light, peace lilies may produce white to off-white flowers in the early summer and continue to bloom throughout the year.
- Spathiphyllum is a low maintenance plant as it requires minimal care.
- It has a moderately long stem and cannot survive in cold winters.
- Peace lilies are sensitive to chemicals commonly found in tap water, such as fluoride, which may cause brown leaf tips. Use filtered, room-temperature water, if possible.
- It is famously used for ornamental purposes.
- Healthy & robust Peace Lily of upto 2 feet in height. Mentioned height is including the pot height.
- 9 Inches Round White Pot (as shown in image)
- PlantCare planner prepared by Botanist (will be shared over WhatsApp).
- The mentioned specifications are indicative only. Actual dimensions may vary by +-10%
How to care for Spathiphyllum, Peace Lily Plant?
Check below for the plant care tips:
Light and Temperature Tips for Peace Lily Plant
- Peace Lilies prefer light partial shade and can tolerate fluorescent lights.
- Some have been known to thrive in rooms with no windows at all.
- Yellowing leaves indicate that the light is too strong, and brown leaves or streaks indicate scorching from direct sunlight.
- Consider placing the plant six to eight feet away from a north- or west-facing window.
- It prefers a temperature range of 65-85°F and humid climates.
- Peace lilies cannot withstand cold drafts or temperatures below 45°F.
- It's best to keep them indoors most of the year and displayed away from any heating or cooling home appliances.
Water Tips for Healthy Growth of Peace Lily Plant
- Water at least once a week and keep the soil moist. Throughout the summer growing season, spritz the leaves with soft or distilled water.
- Water your plant less often in winter.
- Even if you forgot to water for a while and find your plant completely depleted with fronds flat over the pot edge, water and spritz right away.
- One of the great advantages of caring for the peace lily is the fact that it sags a bit when it needs water, essentially telling you when it’s thirsty.
- Peace lilies can be sensitive to chlorine. If your municipal water system is heavily chlorinated, fill a container with water and then allow it to stand overnight so the chlorine can percolate out before pouring into the peace lily.
Fertilizing Tips for Peace Lily Plant
- Fertilize the plant once a month or every 20 days during spring and summer.
- Use any well-draining soil for Spathiphyllum.
- You should not fertilize the plant during winters.
Other General Tips for Peace Lily Plant
- Peace lilies are listed by the ASPCA as one of the common houseplants that are poisonous to cats.
- Since peace lily plants are sensitive to cold temperatures, they should not be kept in temperatures below 60 degrees Fahrenheit.
- In the case of Repotting, care should be taken so as to not damage the roots.
- Water well after repotting.