On average, peace lilies that are well cared for will last between three and five years. These plants are quite tough, but they are not particularly long-lived plants. Some may last for longer than five years, but this should give you an idea of what you are likely to get from your plant.
How long do indoor lilies last?
Flowering. The plant usually blooms for about six weeks during the late spring and early summer but may bloom at any time when indoors. Keeping the plant root bound encourages more flowers.
How long do flowers last on peace lilies?
Peace lilies flower best in bright but indirect light, and usually flower in spring, producing one or two white hooded blooms that can last for over a month. They may occasionally flower again in autumn. Once the flowers have faded, deadhead them to keep the plant looking neat.
How long do lily flowers live?
A good lily arrangement will last two or more weeks. Change the water every few days. To help prolong the flowers' life, add cut-flower food to the water.
What do you do with lilies after they bloom?
Lily flowers should be removed as soon as they fade. Blooms left in place will produce seed, which diverts energy from flower production and plant growth. The flowers can be cut or pinched off. Alternatively, cut the stalks when the blooms first open and use them in floral arrangements.
What to do with lilies in pots after flowering?
How much do lilies last?
The longer you keep a vase of lilies alive, the longer you get to admire their curled petals and sweet fragrance. Cut lilies can generally last for 10 to 14 days before they start to wilt and turn brown.
How cold is too cold for a peace lily?
Peace lilies cannot withstand cold drafts or temperatures below 45°F. Its best to keep them indoors most of the year and displayed away from any heating or cooling home appliances.