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Lil' Peace Lily


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Shade Tolerant
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I'm destined for the desert, so keep my environment dry and mist free to keep me happy.


I can handle a little shade that's thrown my way, but I prefer to be in bright, indirect sunlight.


Everything in moderation is my motto, so I like to be watered little but often, keeping my soil moist.
Botanical name
Spathiphyllum Pearl Cupido; Spathe Flower; White Sails; Spathiphyllum Wallisii;
Plant type
Indoor; Spathiphyllum
Plant height (including pot)
Pet/baby safe?
Toxic to pets and babies
Growing Speed
Fast grower - max height 1.20m
Nursery pot size

Top tip

The Lil' Peace Lily is a dramatic plant, we don't call it a diva for nothing! They may look like they are dying, but they are just thirsty.

About Lil' Peace Lily

The Lil' Peace Lily desperately wants to live up to its name and seem like an ultra-laid-back low-maintenance houseplant. It's living in South America, spreading peace and love, and enjoying the bright, indirect sunlight while also being shade tolerant. All while trying desperately not to let on that its real name is Spathiphyllum and it can occasionally be a bit of a diva.

Although it tries to love being watered regularly like everyone else, it can't help but be a bit dramatic every time it gets wet. The Lil' Peace Lily is in a rush to grow and find its divine meaning for being here but, frustratingly, it still seems to take a while to first flower - no matter how often it says "Namaste". It's been in South America so long that 18 to 24°C is perfect - anything below 15°C and they'd freeze! Be warned, while the Spathiphyllum Pearl Cupido will happily take photos near stray dogs and cats for the gram, in reality, it isn't pet-friendly.

While all this may sound a bit offputting, the beautiful Lil' Peace Lily makes for a great houseplant. And, once this Lil' Prick has found its place in the world with someone who embraces them for who they are (hopefully you) it will then finally live up to its name.

At Prickle, we are always here to hear you! Send us your Peace Lily baby plant questions @prickleplantsuk.