PLANT CARE ( Spathiphyllum Clevelandii | Peace Lily )
|Peace lilies love warm temperatures of 68 to 85°F and cool night temperatures of about 10°F.|
|Peace Lilies can accept low to high levels of indirect sunlight. They’re ideal for bringing life to a dark area or location.|
|Keep the surrounding humidity near your Peace Lily over 50%.|
|Maintain proper moisture in the soil. Allow the soil’s surface to dry slightly before watering.|
Spathiphyllum Clevelandii | Peace Lily are often planted in the ground only in tropical areas such as Florida or Hawaii; generally, they are only grown as potted plants. If you have potted Peace Lily, you may take them outside during the summer, but bring them back inside when the temps drop. When planted in pots, the soil for Peace Lilies must be maintained moist but not soggy, otherwise the leaves may turn yellow. Avoid direct sunlight, but provide plenty bright filtered light.
Regular feedings result in the best plant and seasonal flowering for peace lilies. Feed your plant once a week over the summer, or use slow-release grains at the start of the season. Spathiphyllum Clevelandii grow when they are relatively root-bound. However, if the plant has already grown the pot, it can be potted into a larger pot in the early spring. It’s time to repot if you spot roots coming out of the soil and down from the drainage holes.
An example picture gives a trustworthy image of the plant with good care. The plant in the example picture is not the plant that will be delivered. This is an example, so variations are possible. Eventually the delivered plant may differ in for example size, number of flowers & branches, The Plant Will be in Plastic Pot Not The One Showed in The Picture.