Peace Lily 'Jetty' | Spathiphyllum Jetty
The beloved Peace Lily (scientific name Spathiphyllum) is native to the rainforests of Central America. This plant is not a lily at all, a member of the family Araceae. Known for being an easy, low maintenance plant to care for, the Peace Lily is popular with both beginners and seasoned plant owners.
(Including Nursery Pot)
6" Nursery Pot: 16" H x 10" W
The Peace Lily will do best in medium to bright indirect light. These plants will tolerate a wide range of light conditions; including low light. However, direct light can burn this plants foliage, and it should be avoided.
Water and Soil
The Peace Lily prefers to be kept evenly moist, meaning it should never be overly wet or dry. A good rule of thumb is to only water when the top 1-2” of soil are dry. If a Peace Lily goes too long between waterings and becomes very thirsty, it will display this by “drooping” its leaves. A well-draining soil is essential, and this can be achieved by amending a standard potting mix with perlite and peat.
Temperature and Humidity
The Peace Lily prefers temperatures between 70 and 80 degrees F. Peace Lilies are sensitive to cold, and temperatures below 60 degrees may damage this plants foliage. This plant will appreciate the added benefit of increased humidity, but will also tolerate the standard humidity found in the average home.
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Frond & Folia guarantees that the plant you receive will arrive in happy and healthy condition, and we take extreme care in packaging and shipping to ensure this. We are proud to report that over 99% of our orders to date have been delivered in happy and healthy condition. If you have concerns about shipping during cold weather, please reference our Winter Shipping Insurance.