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New Peace Lily, almost dead?
#382082 May 4th, 2014 at 10:41 PM
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Our other division dropped off their dying peace lily Friday night. Poor thing looks almost gone. Need somewhere to start on this thing. Leaves are all browned, stems have broken from the root and have fallen over. Help me out, please!

Re: New Peace Lily, almost dead?
walkerkali #382157 May 9th, 2014 at 02:54 AM
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rather than doing nothing, I think I would gently remove all the bad leaves, stems, etc & then take it out of the soil, wash off the roots & put it in clean room temp water. if you have a bit of african violet food put a small bit --say a very small pinch or less in said water and mix well. A very small bit goes a long ways, you do not want to over-feed.

IF the roots are bad just cut them off as well, if not leave them as is.

Hopefully this well work well for you. I have done it with many plants I was faced with losing. and "most" of the time it works.


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Re: New Peace Lily, almost dead?
JunieGirl #382358 May 22nd, 2014 at 07:53 PM
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Not too much sunlight at first, till it revives.


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Re: New Peace Lily, almost dead?
walkerkali #382553 Jun 5th, 2014 at 02:51 PM
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I'm not sure where you keep your plant but I do know they will start looking unhealthy if they are kept in direct sunlight and if kept buy a drafty window or door especially during cooler months.


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