The Peace Lily is a striking plant when used in a massed display. They bloom in the spring with long-lasting flowers that hover gracefully over the leaves on thin stalks, although they can be forced to bloom in the fall or winter. A very well-grown Peace Lily may bloom twice a year, resulting in several months of flowers. All spathiphyllum are vulnerable to bugs including aphids, mites, and scale, as well as root rot if they are allowed to sit in water. Curled, pale leaves generally indicate too much light. Scorched leaves indicate direct sun.
Planting and care
Consider the below points to keep the plant healthy after receiving:
Allow the plant to settle at your location.
Do not water the plant right after receiving, check the moisture in the soil first. If too dry then apply water gradually.
Keep the plant in indirect bright light.
Peace lily plant survives best in indoor conditions with bright indirect light.
Gradually move it to a more bright location if needed.
Protect Peace lily plant from direct sunlight.