The peace lily is a favourite flowering houseplant. A striking plant when used in mass display, the peace lily blooms in spring with long-lasting flowers that hover gracefully over the leaves on the stalks. A well-grown peace lily may bloom twice a year, resulting in several months of flowers. The plant has glossy oval leaves with points that emerge from the soil. Peace lilies filter more indoor pollutants than most other plants, so are great for bedrooms or other frequented rooms.
LIGHT: Peace lilies are shade-loving plants. If possible offer plenty of filtered light, though not direct sunlight. Curled, pale leaves generally indicate that the plant is receiving too much light and scorched leaves indicate too much direct sun. In either case, the plant should be moved to a shadier location.
WATER: During the summer, water and mist peace lilies frequently because they thrive with higher humidity. In winter, reduce watering but never allow the soil to dry out.
Size: comes in 12cm growing pot, 40-45 cm high