The Peace Lily is one of the easiest and most common houseplants to grow because they thrive in low light conditions which makes perfect for beginners and for every house.
The Spathiphyllum Sensation is originally from Asia and is the largest of the spathiphyllums, with this one bearing large glossy dark green leaves that grow in a layered manner and are distinctly ribbed.
Spathiphyllums have been proven to be among the best houseplants to help improve indoor air quality which makes it perfect for bedrooms, livings rooms, and offices but not so recommended for people that has cats, dogs, and children because is mildly toxic if ingested. Plus, it happily blooms throughout the year and can reach up to a 2-meter height.
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Peace Lily Sensation care
The Peace Lily Sensation tolerates low light but prefers moderate light. Direct sunlight, however, will burn its delicate leaves.
Allow the top of the soil to dry out 3-5cm between waters or simply wait for her leaves to droop.
Cut back watering in the cooler months to give the plant a chance to rest and go semi-dormant. And don’t leave him sitting with water in the drip tray.
Peace Lilies do well in average humidity conditions, but they will be super happy if you increase the humidity by misting its leaves, grouping it with other plants or using a humidifier.
You don't need to fertilize your Peace Lily. In case you want to maximize its growth, feed it during the growing season (spring and summer) using a 20-20-20 fertilizer.
If you notice the tips of the leaves and blooms turning brown, you’ve probably over-fertilized.
Mist the leaves to increase humidity.
Wipe the leaves with a damp cloth and gently dry to keep them clean and healthy.
Keep it far from cats, dogs and children because it causes mouth irritation.
Use filtered water or tap water free of chlorine.
Video tutorials of peace lily care and tips
The videos might not be about exactly the same plant, but the same variety. In most cases, this not relevant because many of the varieties have the same requirements.