Never put a wingworm in this place. This decision can cost you a lot

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Room lilies are one of the most common houseplants because they are quite easy to grow and they are beautiful too! Here they are known as the winged flower.

 Never put a winged flower here. This decision can cost a lot

They can be temperamental at times, but once you know how to care for them properly, the winged flower is a lovely addition to your each collection of potted plants. Here's everything you need to know about caring for a peaceful lily in your home.

What needs does a pear-flower need for it to grow beautifully?

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Wingflowers are tropical evergreen plants that thrive on the forest floor where they receive motley sunlight and constant humidity. Recreating these conditions at home is the key to keeping your peace lily happy and healthy.

Given enough light, the winged flowers produce white or off-white flowers from early summer which bloom all year round under the right conditions.

Most indoor room lily varieties grow to over 40 cm tall, but larger outdoor varieties can have leaves almost two meters in height. Room lilies are not cold-hardy plants, so they can only be grown outdoors in warm, humid climates.

How to Plant, Replant the Winged Flower

Use well-drained universal potting soil. The soil should be able to hold moisture and slowly dry out over time. Peace flowers don't like to dry out completely, but they also won't do well if kept in constantly moist soil as this favors root rot fungus.

Repotting the plant every few years in the spring is good for lilies room because it will appreciate the refreshed soil. Eventually, the perennial can grow too large for its pot, at which point it can be split.

Take the plant out of the pot and divide it into smaller plants, remembering to leave a few leaves in the clump. Room lilies grow out of rhizomes, so they can tolerate a bit of a difficult rotation when dividing.

Room lilies are a tropical plant, so keep them at temperatures above 16 ° C and away from cold, airy windows. They do best in temperatures above 21 ° C. If you do not want your flower to die, do not put a pot with it in airy areas of the room!

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