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Do yellow peace lily leaves turn green again?
Will yellow peace lily leaves turn green again? Unfortunately, once peace lily leaves have yellowed, they won't turn green again. Yellow leaves on any plant are in a weakened state, and if they're left unattended to, they can invite further issues like pests and disease to your plant.
Why is my lily turning yellow?
Lilies grown as houseplants, such as the peace lily, need a period of dormancy each year. During this time, the leaves turn yellow, the plant produces no new flower buds, and the lily can look bedraggled, like it is dying. This is natural and can happen during the winter or when you repot a houseplant lily.
What does an Underwatered peace lily look like?
Underwatered peace lily leaves may turn brown or yellow from lack of moisture. If you leave your plants unwatered for too long, the leaves may also dry out. Brown spots or streaks on your plants' leaves could also indicate sunburn.
How can I water my indoor plants while away for a month?
Well, sort of. Fill up your sink or bathtub with a few inches of water and lay a towel inside to protect against scratches. Rest your potted plants in the sink and leave them there while you're gone. The soil will draw water up to the roots, keeping the plant hydrated for up to one week.