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One of the most beautiful plants that you can grow in your house, or outdoors, is the peace lily. The peace lily is renowned for the quality of flowers that it produces, and the plant is also incredibly popular because of its unique appearance. It’s a genus of around 47 flowering plants that are generally native to the Americas and also many parts of Southeastern Asia. The plant is also commonly known as the spath.…

Peace lilies are very popular and common household plants that you might have in your home. If you love your peace lilies, then you might be interested in learning how to propagate them. Learning how to do this can help you to turn your mature peace lily plant into multiple peace lilies. It actually isn’t all that hard to propagate a peace lily either so long as you follow the steps carefully. Read on to…

The Spathiphyllum, also known as the peace lily, is a genus of about 47 species of evergreen perennial plants that have relatively large leaves and are quite popular across the globe. The flowers produced by this plant are in spadix, and are generally surrounded by spathe that can be up to 30 cm long. Not only that, but the color hues generally vary from white to yellow or even green as well. Several of these…

Peace lilies are an incredibly common houseplant, and there is very good reason for this. Peace lilies can provide a unique option of home décor, so long as you properly care for the plant. If you do not care for the plant properly, there’s a good chance that the appearance will reflect this. One such way that this can happen is through browning leaves. If you notice that your peace lily’s leaves are beginning to…

A peace lily drooping is usually an early sign of a watering problem. More often than not, the problem is feeding the peace lily too little water, rather than too much. However, that’s not always the case as there can be more going on at the roots of the plant that your eyes can’t see. The Most Common Causes Behind Peace Lilies Drooping 1 – Insufficient Watering As previously mentioned, drooping is an early indication…

Oh, the problems of the Peace Lily. Yellow leaves turning black, brown spots appearing, and leaves wilting and drooping because you can’t get them to drink enough water. Or, at least that’s what you think the problem is. There’s actually a few things that contribute to the leaves of peace lilies turning yellow and paling in color before that. Spot the paling leaves early enough, and you can rectify the problems before the leaves turn…

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