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#153075 Nov 18th, 2007 at 12:52 PM
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Help! I have a Peace lily that I've watered weekly by placing it in a tray of water. Looking from the top I noticed that the center of the plant is mushy near the base of the inner stems. Is this because I left the plant in the tray of water too long?

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Hey Cindy my peace lily is thriving with watering it when it wilts type of schedule. Peace lilies don't seem to want a lot of water.

hopefulbeginner welcome to a great forum, and yes hold back on the watering schedule there.


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i don't let mine quite wilt but they do look a little "droopy" when they get watered. i've had mine 17 years now.


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