The peace lily (Spathiphyllum) is a beautiful flowering plant often used as a houseplant. It is known for its dark green leaves and white flowers. The peace lily is a straightforward plant to care for, and it is also relatively inexpensive.
One of the best things about the peace lily is that it is very forgiving. The plant will usually be fine if you occasionally forget to water it or accidentally overwater it. The peace lily prefers to have moist soil, but it can tolerate dry conditions if necessary.
Peace lilies are not typically very demanding when it comes to light. Therefore, they can grow in medium or low light environments, although they will produce more flowers in brighter light.
You can harvest peace lilies for their flowers and leaves. The flowers can be dried and used in flower arrangements, and the leaves can be used in teas or added to food.
Peace Lilies can be grown outdoors in USDA Zones 10, 11, and 12, which will grow best in tropical climates. However, if you live in a colder climate, consider growing Peace Lilies indoors as a houseplant.