Peace Lily Repotting – Tips On Repotting A Peace Lily Plant

By Mary H. Dyer, Master Naturalist and Master Gardener Peace lily (Spathipnyllum) is happy when its roots are a little on the crowded side, but your plant will give you clear signals when it needs a little more space. Keep reading and we’ll give you the scoop on peace lily repotting. Does My Peace Lily Need a New Pot? Knowing when to repot a peace lily is important. If your plant is rootbound, it’s definitely time for repotting. For example, you may notice roots growing through the drainage hole or emerging on the surface of the soil. The easiest way to tell if your peace lily is rootbound is to slide the plant carefully from the pot so you can see the roots. A severely rootbound plant is unable to absorb water because the roots are so tightly packed. The plant will wilt because even though you may water generously,


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