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How to Care for a Peace Lily Plant

Peace lily, natural air purifier and virtually impossible to kill (I've had mine for 5 years :-))

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Put These Plants in Your Bedroom And You'll Sleep Better

Peace lily’s flowers boost humidity. This eliminates airborne allergens. The moisture emitted by her blooms relieves an irritated nose and throat. Peace lily reduces mold spores by 60 percent. Her leaves absorb the spores, then transport them to her roots for food. Peace lily filters toxic chemicals present in grooming products. When peace lily is happy, she waves white flower flags.

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20 Home Decor Cheat Sheets That Will Have You Decorate Like a Pro

6 indoor houseplants that are great for indoor air quality - put a snake plant, golden pothos, spider plant, dwarf banana, peace lily or aloe vera plant in your home and breathe easy!

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10 Houseplants That Can Survive in Even the Darkest Corner

If you often forget to water your plants, pick up one of these low-maintenance ones: It actually needs to dry out between waterings, meaning you can wait longer. - HouseBeautiful.com

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Care for Peace Lilies

How to Care for Peace Lilies Mist the leaves several times a week with a spray bottle. Peace lilies thrive in the high humidity levels of the tropics, so, in addition to watering the soil, regularly mist your lily with a spray bottle to replicate the humid air of the rain forest. Mist your plant more frequently in the summer growing season - the more water you can supply the blooms, the healthier it will be.

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Top 10 NASA Approved Houseplants for Improving Indoor Air Quality

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Top 20 Hard to Kill Indoor Plants

Gina's peace lily has been going strong for over 6 years and the best thing about this plant is it shows you when it needs water (all the arms of it just ...

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How Often Should I Use Epsom Salt in a Peace Lily?

How Often Should I Use Epsom Salt in a Peace Lily? by Patricia H. Reed, -- Peace lilies should have glossy, dark green foliage. Just like people, houseplants need water, food and, occasionally, medicine. When you have a peace lily (Spathiphyllum spp.) in your care, think of Epsom salts as a medicine needed to treat a specific problem, rather than a plant food that you give it on a regular basis...