How To Get A Peace Lily To Bloom

  • Provide optimum light. Top help your peace lily bloom, provide bright indirect light by placing it near a window that receives enough light.
  • Keep the soil moist. A great way to ensure that your peace lily blooms is to ensure that it gets enough water to support healthy growth and development.
  • Apply fertilizer. A peace lily that’s not flowering due to lack of food (fertilizer) might show other symptoms such as stunted growth, curling leaves, and failure to produce flowers.
  • Provide warmth. Peace lilies like to grow in warm conditions where temperatures range between 68 and 85 °F.
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  • Why is my peace lily not blooming?

    The most common reason for a Peace Lily not blooming is insufficient lighting. Other common causes include watering, fertilizer or temperature problems, or an aging or root-bound plant. A Peace Lily will resume blooming once good care conditions are restored.

    How often does peace lily bloom?

    Healthy peace lily plants will bloom twice a year, in spring and again in fall. What is this? The flowers usually last for one to two months before turning brown.

    How long does it take for a peace lily to blossom?

    Your Peace Lily thrives best at temperatures between 15 and 23⁰ Celsius. It will flower between four to ten weeks and will then rest for a couple of weeks. After about twelve weeks new shoots will develop spathes again.

    How much light should a peace lily get?

    Light: Peace lilies prefer light partial shade, and can tolerate fluorescent lights. In fact, some have been known to thrive in rooms with no windows at all. Yellowing leaves indicate that the light is too strong, and brown leaves or streaks indicate scorching from direct sunlight.

    Why is my peace lily sparse?


    Underwatering and overwatering are two common causes that result in droopy peace lily. In the absence of sufficient water, this plant wilts fast but recover as well. Frequent underwatering also cause brown leaf edges and tips.

    How many flowers does a peace lily have?

    "How do I get my Peace Lily to bloom again?" is the next most frequently asked question - A well cared for Spathiphyllum can be expected to produce several flowers a year. When we say several we really do mean several, as in one to three flowers at any one time.

    Can you put a peace lily outside?

    However, you should know that the peace lily grows well in a suitable outdoor location, but you do need to make sure that you provide a suitable climate for the plant. The peace lily thrives in a warmer climate, and they prefer a bit of shade.

    Do peace lilies stop mould?

    English ivy, peace lilies, palms and snake plants are all mould-busters.

    How do I know if my peace lily is root bound?

    Roots growing out of the drainage hole is one indication that your peace lily is root bound. These are all indications that your peace lily's roots are filling up the pot and that it needs help!

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