Wet Floral Foam
Foliage: Leather Leaf, Salal
Red Taper Candle
Bicolored Orange & Yellow Circus Roses
Yellow Button Poms
Red Daisy Poms
Miniature Pumpkins Or Gourds
Fall Berry Clusters
Preserved Brown Eucalyptus
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Peace Lily Has Risen From The Dead - Miracle or Misunderstanding
Ask the Expert:Â I purchased a peace lily a little over a year ago. It turned yellow and I thought it was dead. I trimmed off all the leaves, but left the roots in the pot. I planted a new plant in the pot, and just figured the peace lily was dead. A few days ago I noticed that the peace lily is starting new growth. I removed the new plant I planted in the pot, and am going to see what happens. Could there be a reason the peace lily died off and now is starting to grow again? Obviously the roots were not dead, it's as if it just went into hibernation for the winter. - Kevin
Your peace lily (Spathiphyllum clevelandii) was under some form of stress, either too much light or too much water. As a result, the plant seemed dead, but was actually in a mode of conservation - storing its resources to produce a new flush of growth. When you placed the new plant in the pot, it must have corrected the problems that caused the peace lily's leaves to turn yellow. With the problem corrected, the peace lily was able to take it's store energy to produce the new growth. Now that your plant is actively growing again, take a look at our Peace Lily Plant Care Tips. These tips will help you keep your peace lily healthy.