||Peace lily, spath lily
||Flowering tropical plant
1–3 ft. tall; up to 6 feet tall outdoors
With regards to watering, consistency is fundamental. hold the soil wet, but do not overwater. Peace lilies can tolerate short durations of dry soil, however, their leaves will begin to brown if unnoticed for too long.
Avoid Tap Water, if Feasible:
Peace lilies are touchy to chemical substances normally discovered in tap water, including fluoride, which may also cause brown leaf tips. Use filtered, room-temperature water, if feasible.
Peace lilies revel in high humidity. Misting their leaves or setting their pot atop a moistened tray of gravel can help to boom humidity across the plant.
Peace lilies are tropical plants, so maintain them in temperatures above 60°F (16°C) and away from cold, drafty windows. They do nicely in temperatures upwards of 70°F (21°C).
Peace lilies are not heavy feeders, so fertilize best now and then. To inspire spring and summer season growth, fertilize every 6 weeks or so with a balanced houseplant fertilizer beginning in late wintry weather.
Keep these plants out of direct afternoon sunlight, however in a brilliant, properly-lit location. An east-going through the window is right, as they will be exposed to the bright morning sun but avoid the intensity of mid-day rays.