Peace Lily Houseplants are beautiful indoor houseplants with large, glossy, oval, dark green leaves and impressive white “spathes” (flowers) that last for weeks. Spathes may be green, which reminds us that they are really modified leaves. A Peace Lily or Spathiphyllum originated in tropical forests around the world where it grew close to the forest floor in the shade of the larger plants. This helps explain why Peace Lily houseplants are one of very few indoor plants that can bloom even in medium to low light. NASA lists Peace Lily Houseplants as one of the best plants to clean the air of harmful toxins such as benzene, formaldehyde, and carbon monoxide.
LIGHT CONDITIONS: Peace Lily houseplants do well in low, medium, or indirect bright light. Too much light causes the leaves of Peace Lily plants to fade and lose their vibrant dark green color. Too little light and Peace Lily houseplants can’t develop flowers. Direct sunlight burns the leaves of Peace Lily houseplants.
WATER CONDITIONS: Allow the top 50% of the soil to dry out before watering Peace Lily houseplants. If a Peace Lily Plant severely droops, yellow leaves appear once it’s watered. Over-watering a Peace Lily plant causes the leaves to turn brown.
Please note, Sweetpea's works with locally grown plants and each of our potted arrangements are unique in their own way. The assortment shown is an example of the size, colour and varieties of plants available. Your potted arrangement will vary based on the time of year, potting options and budget you've selected.