I haven't repotted it so it's still in its original pot. I had read peace lilies like to be root bound, so I hadn't touched it. I really hope it's not the genetic thing you mentioned. When I bought this plant
the blooms were spectacular. Now when there are blooms they are nearly hidden in the foliage, and never rise to the glory they had high above the plant
as they did when I bought it.
Are there peace lilies that are not "designed" to bloom at point of sale and then more or less fade out? I think I'm feeling a little snookered by this "design" if you know what I mean.
At any rate, thank you so much for your response. At least now I don't feel so much like I've done something horribly wrong to this poor plant
that made it not be able to bloom. Less guilt is a good thing.. right?
Oh, and I do have an additional question if that's ok. I have recently (like this afternoon) moved inside my house as house plants
a few gorgeous crimson impatients I had left over from my garden plantings. My question is... how long could I maybe expect them to survive in the house?
I know they're annuals, but would it be unlikely that they could survive a year in the house? I mean assuming I do all the right things like remember to water them.