How Often Does a Peace Lily Bloom? Essential Care Tips

Discover how often does a Peace Lily blooms and learn essential care tips for optimal flowering of your indoor plants.

About the  Peace Lily

Peace Lilies, also known as Spathiphyllums, are native to the Americas and Southeast Asia tropical regions. They were first introduced to Europe in the late 1800s and have become popular houseplants worldwide.

They are modified leaves called spathes, with small spike-like structures containing tiny blossoms surrounded by large bracts.

Peace Lily’s Astonishing Secret—Those Beautiful Blooms Are Not Flowers

Peace Lily Blooming Cycle

Most Peace Lilies bloom twice each year, with some exceptions. The first blooming period usually begins in spring and lasts into early summer (May – June).  The second blooming season occurs from mid-summer to fall  (August-September).

Young plants will need at least six hours of bright, indirect sunlight every day to produce Peace Lily blooms.

Ideal Amount of Daily Light Exposure for Peace Lilies

Risks Associated with Too Much  Direct Sunlight

Exposing Peace Lily plants to bright direct sunlight for a long time can cause their leaves to burn and scorch and dry out their flowers. If you notice yellow or brown leaves, your peace lily might be getting too much sun.

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