6" Spathiphyllum in Nursury Pot

6" Spathiphyllum in Nursury Pot

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Spathiphyllum are one of the easier plants to care for. Give them evenly moist, well-drained soil. If you notice your Peace Lily wilting within two to three days after watering, you need repot it in a larger container. These plants like temperatures ranging anywhere from 65-85°F. They cannot get below 45°F, as they will freeze.

PEACE LILY PROBLEM SOLVER - Tips from Southern Living

Problem: Peace lily doesn't bloom.
Cause: The plant has insufficient light.
Solution: Move it into a brighter location.

Problem: Pale green foliage has burned leaf tips.
Cause: Hot direct sun damages foliage.
Solution: Move plant out of direct sun.

Problem: Deep green leaves develop brown tips and edges.
Cause: You've let the soil get too dry.
Solution: Maintain evenly moist soil.

Problem: The plant suddenly collapses when the soil is moist.
Cause: Overwatering and poor drainage are to blame.
Solution: Empty the saucer beneath the pot, and let the soil drain.

Problem: Plant collapses when soil is dry.
Cause: Wilt is due to lack of water.
Solution: Water plant thoroughly, and beg it for forgiveness

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Spathiphyllum are one of the easier plants to care for. Give them evenly moist, well-drained soil. If you notice your Peace Lily wilting within two to three days after watering, you need repot it in a larger container. These plants like temperatures ranging anywhere from 65-85°F. They cannot get below 45°F, as they will freeze.

PEACE LILY PROBLEM SOLVER - Tips from Southern Living

Problem: Peace lily doesn't bloom.
Cause: The plant has insufficient light.
Solution: Move it into a brighter location.

Problem: Pale green foliage has burned leaf tips.
Cause: Hot direct sun damages foliage.
Solution: Move plant out of direct sun.

Problem: Deep green leaves develop brown tips and edges.
Cause: You've let the soil get too dry.
Solution: Maintain evenly moist soil.

Problem: The plant suddenly collapses when the soil is moist.
Cause: Overwatering and poor drainage are to blame.
Solution: Empty the saucer beneath the pot, and let the soil drain.

Problem: Plant collapses when soil is dry.
Cause: Wilt is due to lack of water.
Solution: Water plant thoroughly, and beg it for forgiveness

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