High Five Peace Lily is an elegant houseplant that brings a touch of sophistication to a room. Peace lilies are commonly given as gifts, signifying tranquility, calm and renewal—and that's not just because of their name. These actually help to purify the air around them. Also, High Five is crowned with graceful blooms, which look especially clean and bright against the deep green foliage. High Five makes dependable home decor, as it's evergreen and can bloom throughout the year. This variety stays relatively short for a peace lily, so it's great for a coffee table or side table. Spathiphyllum 'High Five'
Flowering DateThe peace lily tends to bloom whenever, but mostly in the spring and the summer.
Planting InstructionsRe-pot when the peace lily's roots fill out its old pot. Plant at the same soil level.
Winter CareWater the peace lily less. There is no dormant season for a peace lily, so it will continue growing year-round.
Flower FormOne large, white petal enveloping the central white stalk.
Foliage TypeLarge, broad, green foliage
Soil RequirementKeep the soil moist but do not oversaturate the lily.
Watering RequirementKeep the soil moist. A sign that you need to water the peace lily is if the leaves are drooping. Do not overwater the plant and be careful to not leave any standing water in the soil. This will destroy the peace lily's root system.
PruningPrune yellowing leaves or drooping leaves as necessary. Dead flowers can be cut as well to stimulate new growth.
Additional InformationMildly to moderately toxic to pets.