Peace Lily

Peace Lily

SKU: pa-peal-70-s Categories: , ,

22.42

  • Most light conditions This plant is easy when it comes to light, managing in most conditions, though it’ll flower more in a brighter spot.
  • Light watering pretty tough and will usually bounce back from a missed watering. Water when the top inch of soil feels dry.
  • Humidity This plant loves humidity. If your bathroom gets lots of light, pop it in there. Or mist every few days to keep happy.
  • height 70cm pot 17cm diameter

As you may have guessed from its love of steamy conditions, the peace lily is native to tropical rainforests, specifically those of South and Central America. It’s thought it was brought to Europe some time in the late 1800s and it’s adapted well to the our less than tropical conditions. As exotic as it looks, its light and water needs are modest. It will cope in quite low light, though prefers indirect light, and as long as its humidity needs are met it’s generally happy and should flower throughout spring. It will appreciate a feed with liquid fertiliser once per month in spring and summer. As well as being an elegant beauty, this plant is a hardworking air-purifyer.

Did you know?
In the Chinese art of feng shui, the peace lily is considered an aura purifier. So if your aura is feeling particularly spotless after buying one, that’s why.

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  • Most light conditions This plant is easy when it comes to light, managing in most conditions, though it’ll flower more in a brighter spot.
  • Light watering pretty tough and will usually bounce back from a missed watering. Water when the top inch of soil feels dry.
  • Humidity This plant loves humidity. If your bathroom gets lots of light, pop it in there. Or mist every few days to keep happy.
  • height 70cm pot 17cm diameter

As you may have guessed from its love of steamy conditions, the peace lily is native to tropical rainforests, specifically those of South and Central America. It’s thought it was brought to Europe some time in the late 1800s and it’s adapted well to the our less than tropical conditions. As exotic as it looks, its light and water needs are modest. It will cope in quite low light, though prefers indirect light, and as long as its humidity needs are met it’s generally happy and should flower throughout spring. It will appreciate a feed with liquid fertiliser once per month in spring and summer. As well as being an elegant beauty, this plant is a hardworking air-purifyer.

Did you know?
In the Chinese art of feng shui, the peace lily is considered an aura purifier. So if your aura is feeling particularly spotless after buying one, that’s why.