Peace lilies are easy-care and moderately quick-growing houseplants with soothing, lush green foliage and beautiful, flag-like white spathes. Keep your plants looking their best with a regular feeding routine throughout the growing season. Here are all the steps on how and when to fertilize peace lilies.
Yellow or brown leaves are a sign that all is not well with your peace lily. When the foliage on your houseplant changes color, it’s an indication that the water, light, or something else is out of whack. It can even be a sign of disease or pests. Figure out exactly what’s causing it now to fix the problem. Read more.
Part of being a good houseplant parent is knowing when and how to repot a plant that has grown too large for its container. The same applies if the soil has become hydrophobic or depleted. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the process of repotting a peace lily from start to finish, so you can keep your plant happy.
It’s not uncommon for peace lily leaves to turn brown at the tips, especially in low humidity, bright light, or in the case of inadequate hydration or temperature extremes. To solve the problem, you need to do some troubleshooting to determine the cause. Learn about the top 5 reasons and how to fix them in this guide.
If you’re growing tropical peace lilies as houseplants, you’ll need to know how to keep them properly hydrated. While they are generally easy to grow, these houseplants can sometimes be finicky about hydration. Learn when and how to water your peace lily plants to keep them happy and thriving, in this guide. Read more.
Peace lilies are capable of stunning displays. While there are lots of houseplants out there that have attractive foliage, there aren’t many that send out beautiful blossoms. That’s why it’s frustrating when a peace lily fails to bloom. In this article, we’ll guide you through figuring out the cause and how to fix it.
Peace lilies are typically easygoing houseplants, but occasionally they may come down with a disease. Most common peace lily diseases occur in nurseries, but certain root rots can strike houseplants in loving homes. Learn more about how to protect your peace lilies from disease now in this guide. Read more now.
Cats that have eaten peace lilies may show symptoms ranging from sudden yowling to an upset stomach. If your cat is pawing at its face after eating your houseplant, it’s important to know what to do! While less harmful than true lilies, the toxicity of this plant is not to be taken lightly. Read on to learn more.
Looking to add some greenery to your indoor space? Peace lilies are ideal houseplants that are lovely to look at, and simple to care for. Low maintenance? Check. Few issues with pests and disease? Check. Minimal light needs? Check. Learn how to grow and care for peace lilies in this guide. Read more now.