The Peace Lily is a beautiful plant that is easy to grow and it actually helps clean the air in your home. Place Peace Lilies around your home to help purify the air you breathe. The kitchen and bathroom are great places to have Peace Lilies.
The large green leaves of the Peace Lily can add beauty as it grows. Once the green leaves mature the plant starts to produce white flowers in the spring that add more beauty. This is a great plant for a person who is not experienced at growing indoor plants because it is easy to keep happy.
The Peace Lily stays the right size for the pot it is planted in. If you don’t want your Peace Lily to get any bigger then it already is keep it in the same pot you have it in. Once you plant it in a bigger pot the plant will get larger. When the plant is in a large pot it will produce more tiny plants that can be transplanted into pots of their own. Peace Lilies are about a foot to 32 inches tall at full growth.
The Peace Lily is not only beautiful but it will help clean the air in your home. Peace Lily plants filter out formaldehyde and benzene among other air impurities which can contaminate indoor air quality.
You can grow the Peace Lily in indirect sun so place them in a window that does not get direct sunshine. When the Peace Lily is thirsty the leaves will get droopy to tell you that they need a drink of water. The Peace Lily is a forgiving plant that can communicate to tell you when it needs some water.
In spring after all danger of frost is past you can plant your Peace Lily outdoors but you must remember to bring them in before a frost occurs or the plant will die.
Keep Peace Lilies away from your dogs and cats. If a pet bites into the leaves of the Peace Lily it will irritate the animal’s mouth causing your pet to shake its head, foam at the mouth and be very uncomfortable.
Peace Lilies are an amazing plant that can help clean the air in your home while adding beauty. They are very easy to care for and can even tell you when they need water. If you would like to know more about Peace Lilies you can go to http://www.proplants.com/guide/peace-lily-care-guide.