Spathiphyllum Green, commonly known as Peace Lily, holds a special place in the hearts of plant enthusiasts worldwide. As one of the most popular flowering houseplants, it's often chosen as a gift plant for its elegance and versatility.
This plant boasts lush, deep green foliage that is both elegant and striking. The leaves are typically broad and lance-shaped, creating a delightful contrast to its pristine white flowers. These dark green leaves provide a rich backdrop for the blooms, further enhancing Peace Lily's aesthetic appeal. Peace Lily is renowned for its pure white, graceful blooms that symbolize tranquility and serenity. These exquisite flowers, nestled amidst lush, deep green foliage, have earned the plant its cherished reputation.
As for its growth habit, Peace Lily typically forms a dense, upright clump of foliage. This growth habit gives the plant a robust and compact appearance, making it a wonderful choice for both tabletops and floor displays.
What sets Peace Lily apart is its exceptional air-purifying abilities. It's among the top choices on NASA's list of air-purifying plants, effectively removing common indoor pollutants like formaldehyde, benzene, and ammonia.
This plant is adaptable to various light conditions, but it truly shines in bright, indirect sunlight. It can tolerate low-light areas, but this may reduce its flowering.
Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Water when the top inch of soil feels dry. This plant is forgiving and can tolerate slightly drought conditions.
Well-draining potting mix is essential to prevent root rot. A mix designed for houseplants or tropicals works well.
Peace Lily prefers a temperature range of 65°F to 80°F during the day. It can tolerate slightly cooler temperatures at night, but avoid exposing it to temperatures below 50°F. While Peace Lilies can adapt to average indoor humidity, they truly flourish in higher humidity environments (above 50%).
Feed your Peace Lily with a balanced, liquid houseplant fertilizer every 6-8 weeks during the growing season (spring and summer). This keeps the foliage lush and encourages blooming.
Peace Lily contains calcium oxalates, which can cause various health issues if ingested. Keep this plant out of reach of pets and children.
Your plant will be carefully wrapped in a sturdy box. If your plant comes with a clay pot, it will be meticulously bubble wrapped as well. There will be wooden stakes positioned in the soil to support the plant and keep it secured during shipping.
When opening your package, some soil may be loose in the box. Plant orders are shipped within 3-5 days depending on the availability of the plant. We ship our plants Monday through Friday, all twelve months of the year! If you need your order urgently, please message us so we can upgrade your shipping (additional cost applied). We do not ship outside of the continental United States.
Our packaging materials are:
100% recyclable and biodegradable cardboard boxes.
100% biodegradable packing peanuts made from natural and non-toxic sources.
Bubblewrap will only be used for clay/ ceramic pots
Wooden stake to support the plant.
*All of our packages are sterilized before leaving the door.
We only ship out beautiful, healthy plants with protective packaging. Please track your package and open it immediately upon arrival. All plants are guaranteed for 30 days after arrival. Therefore, please contact us immediately via firstname.lastname@example.org if you receive your package and are not satisfied.
When you purchase online, your plants have to go through lots of stress while traveling so they may need a few days to adjust to their new environment and thrive. If your plant does not perk back up after a few days of care, let us know and we will send replacements free of charge. Remember that we always try our best to accommodate you.
It’s advised that you should repot the plant as soon as you get it. After repotting, your new houseplant will most likely struggle with transplant shock. It may appear droopy, faded, or have a slower growth rate than usual during this time. This is completely normal, and it’s also normal for transplant shock to hit especially hard after repotting a brand-new houseplant. To make sure your plant has plenty of time to adjust to its new surroundings, wait a day after potting and water your plant. Make sure any excess water drains completely from the pot afterward. Monitor your soil’s moisture levels daily to start creating a watering routine. To help perk up your new houseplant, we recommend adding a little water-soluble fertilizer, compost, or sugar water to your soil to boost its nutrients and help it grow.