Peace lily is a common houseplant that bears broad, dark green leaves and charming, white calla-like flowers on tall stems above the foliage. When in bloom, the plant looks best when grouped in clusters of three or more. Peace lily fits in well in just about every style of interior design, particular country and causal looks. Large specimens look great on the floor; smaller peace lily plants are perfect for tabletops or plant stands. Because peace lily is one of the most efficient houseplants at filtering indoor pollutants from the air, it's a great pick for bedrooms. Peace lily blooms best in high-light situations. It will tolerate low-light conditions, but won't bloom much, if at all. Being a tropical plant, peace lily prefers high levels of humidity. If the leaf edges turn brown, supply more humidity by grouping it with more houseplants (which release moisture into the air as they breathe) or set it on tray of gravel and water so the pot sits on top of the gravel, above the water. Note: Peace lily is poisonous if consumed by children or pets; keep it out of reach.
Low to High Light
Above 50°F (10°C)
Peace lily prefers evenly moist soil; don't allow it to dry out completely.
To 3 feet tall and wide
Peace lily is not intended for human or animal consumption
Fertilize peace lily monthly in spring and summer.
Windows, low light dining & living areas
Peace lily is a natural air purifier! It’s been scientifically proven to scrub harmful chemicals and indoor air pollution from homes and offices.
Its lush, tropical foliage adds flair to interior design.