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Peace lilies can also be grown outdoors in tropical and sub tropical climates.
Remove unsightly leaves and dead flowers regularly.
Dust peace lily leaves regularly by wiping with a soft cloth. Dust can clog up the pores of the leaves and make it difficult for the leaves to function.
Because of the toxic nature of this plant, keep the pot out of the reach of children and pets.
Lack of flowers: Peace lily is struggling to produce any flowers.
Solution: Apply the above fertilizer containing high potassium levels to encourage flowering, move the plant to a brighter position.
Strong Light or low humidity: Leaves with brown tips and/or leaf margins.
Solution: Increase the humidity in room, particularly if it is artificially heated, by misting the leaves daily with water, alternatively rest the pot on gravel within a saucer of water.
Mealybugs: New growth appears distorted with a whitish cotton-like substance in the leaf axils.