The peace lily is a beautiful indoor plant and a great addition to any room. This tropical indoor house plant brings peace, tranquility and elegance to any home.
About Peace Lily
Peace lilies are tropical, evergreen plants that thrive on the forest floor, where they receive dappled sunlight making them more shade liking than other plants. Replicating these conditions in the home is the key to getting your peace lily to thrive but, generally, they are a really easy-care plant. This tropical indoor house plant brings peace, tranquillity and elegance to any room.
As well as removing all 5 main pollutants and being low maintenance it also helps remove acetone from the air found in nail polish removers, paints and varnishes – making the Peace Lily a powerful air purifying plant.
A peace lily is a great gift for a friend or family member, with their elegance and flowers. Pair with one of our pots to pass on the perfect gift that grows.
Please note: this plant comes in a plastic nursery pot. Browse our entire range of plant pots to add that extra charm and character to your home.
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How To Care For Peace Lily
The peace lily is a really easy to care for plant on the water front. Their leaves may start to wilt and fall when they are dehydrated, but top them back up and watch the peace lily spring back to life.
As a tropical plant, the peace lily wants temperatures above 16°C and away from cold, drafty windows. Keep them out of direct afternoon sunlight, but in a bright, well-lit area. An east-facing window is ideal, as they will be exposed to the bright morning sun but avoid the intensity of mid-day rays. Keep away from cold draughts through the winter as your peace lily won’t like the cold wind.
Peace lilies enjoy high humidity. Misting their leaves or placing their pot atop a moistened tray of gravel can help to increase humidity around the plant.
Find a nutrient rich, loose compost for your Peace Lily. We recommend Miracle Gro’s Peat-Free Houseplant Compost. It can be also good idea to add slow releasing organic fertiliser like worm castings to mimic the decaying plant material they usually feed on the canopy floor in the tropical rainforest.
Peace Lilies are pretty worry-free when it comes to pests and diseases. However, keep your eye out for scale and mealybugs which can be easily treated with neem oil.
You can re-pot your peace lily once it looks like it has grown too big for it’s pot. They are super easy to propogate by division – simply shake the soil loose and carefully divide the plants and untangle their roots – then place in their own pot.