The Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum) is one of the best houseplants for purifying your home's air, according to NASA they filter toxins from the air. They are an easy care plant and are not easily over watered some say they can almost grow in a fish tank.
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Peace lily presented in a small pot
Peace Lily presented in a medium pot
Peace Lily presented in a large pot
Pots will generally be white in colour unless otherwise arranged style will vary
Position– Indoors in a warm spot, away from direct sunlight. Peace Lily will tolerate low levels of light. Peace lily can also be grown outdoors in tropical and sub tropical climates in a sheltered spot with dappled sunlight. Water– Water the plant regularly so that the potting mix is moist at all times. Reduce watering during the cooler months but the plant will tell you if it is in need of water when its leaves will begin to droop slightly. Soil– Good quality potting mix When To Grow– All year round
Remove unsightly leaves and dead flowers regularly.
Dust peace lily leaves regularly by wiping with a soft cloth. Dust can clog up the pores of the leaves and make it difficult for the leaves to function.
Because of the toxic nature of this plant, keep the pot out of the reach of children and pets.