Peace Lily



Peace Lily is one of the easiest to care for houseplants, and is good for you too. This is one of the best plants for improving air quality indoors. It has one of the top removal rates of toxins such as formaldehyde, ammonia and carbon monoxide from tainted indoor air. Blooms usually appear in early summer and last for weeks. The pale green spathe turns white as it opens and surrounds the protruding spadix that is densely covered by its tiny, true flowers. Dark-green, glossy leaves are strongly veined and arch away from the plant’s base, making this an attractive foliage plant when not in bloom. Bright light is preferred (no direct sun), and it will tolerate low light but will probably not produce flowers then. Keep soil evenly moist; do not allow soil to become soggy.

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