Small size details:
• Nursery Pot Ø: 12cm
• Fits our small pots
• Recommended decorative pot Ø: 13-15cm
• Approx plant height: 40cm
Medium size details:
- Nursery Pot Ø: 17cm
- Fits our medium pots
- Recommended decorative pot Ø: 18-21cm
- Approx plant height: 65cm
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How to care
How to care
Peace Lilies prefer low to bright, indirect sunlight. Prolonged exposure to bright direct sunlight may burn and scorch their leaves and dry out their flowers.
Weekly waterings should be optimum for Peace Lilies, but it will tell you when it needs water by drooping its leaves. During the winter months feel free to only water your plant fortnightly.
The Peace Lily does not have any particular humidity requirements.
Sad Plant Signs
Brown or yellow leaves: suggest your Peace Lily has been exposed to too much light. Drooping leaves: indicate your Peace Lily has been under-watered.
Characteristics Detoxifying power
Characteristics Filter and fight off
The Peace Lily originates from the tropical regions of the Americas and Southeastern Asia and belongs to a species of flowering plants in the family Araceae. Characterised by her long, elegant, dark-green leaves which are blessed with delicate white flowers, the Peace Lily makes the perfect addition to any home. Not only is this flowering plant a stunner, but she's good in low-light conditions and cleans the air from pollutants such as Formaldeyde and Benzene. Her calming effect will also help you to relax and aid good sleep making her a good choice for the bedroom! Remember that prolonged exposure to bright direct sunlight may burn and scorch her leaves and dry out her flowers. Aim for weekly waterings, but she will tell you when she is thirsty by dropping her leaves.
Follow the cardinal design principle of grouping plants in uneven numbers (3’s, 5’s, etc) to avoid uptight symmetry.
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