How do I know if my peace lily is dying?
Overwatering is the most common cause of a Peace Lily dying. Look for yellow, wilting foliage, and signs of root rot. Treat promptly, and avoid watering on a schedule. Underwatering, cold temperatures, nutrient problems, pests, or disease can also stress your plant and cause decline.
Does a peace lily come back every year?
The name “peace lily” came about because the white flowers look like white flags of peace—though they aren’t actually lilies. Instead, they’re tropical perennials, meaning when you practice good peace lily care, these plants can live for years and flower over and over again.
How do I get my peace lily to flower again?
Most often, if no flowers are appearing, the plant is not getting enough light. Peace lilies are very tolerant of low light, but “low light” doesn’t mean no light! To encourage flowering, move the plant to a brighter location, where it will receive bright, indirect light for at least a few hours each day.