Why are my peace lilies green? I wanted to find out because these beautiful flowers are not only beautiful but are also very delicate. If you have ever grown them you know that they need extra special attention and care in order to stay beautiful and weed free. If you do decide to grow these plants you may want to keep a few things in mind. Peace lilies are not hardy plants and can be damaged fairly easily.
Why are my peace lilies green? Peace lilies are actually a hybrid between a gardenia and a phalaenopsis. The hybrid was created by crossing a gardenia with a phalaenopsis and creating a plant that has beautiful big, dark green leaves with tiny little blooms on them. The peace lilies were named this because they were originally used to calm battlefields so soldiers could rest during battle.
There are many different reasons why a person might want to get more peace lilies into their home. These wonderful plants are perfect for anyone who wants to add color to their yard or wants to have something pretty for those rare moments when you’re outside. While many people use them for color I like to use them as a focal point. If you use your Peace Lily plants as a centerpiece in a container then you’re going to get more bloom from them than if you just grow and put the top off for a few weeks.
When I was a child my favorite thing to do was to go to the park and pick pebbles out of the sand. It was such a joy to get a bunch of green pebbles and scatter them throughout the park. Some of the most amazing Peace Lily plants have come from that same love of picking green things from the sand. It’s a joy to enjoy seeing green everywhere but especially in your garden.
What is so nice about Peace Lily plants is how easy they are to take care of. These are unlike most garden plants which tend to be very delicate. They need minimal water so you can simply place them in the rain like any other flower would. They will stay green and not wilt because you only water them when it rains. You don’t have to water them daily because this would be too much work. You only need to water them once or twice a week or as needed.
You can find Peace Lilies all over but you might not have thought about growing any of them indoors. This is because these aren’t like other plants that will grow well indoors because they need the same kinds of conditions to thrive. Peace Lilies should be found outside in warm areas. You should never keep them in a greenhouse because they would become diseased. They should also never be planted in flower pots because they would rot and die.
The truth is, there really aren’t a lot of reasons to keep a Peace Lily plant from blooming and opening up fully. This is because they are quite slow growing and will only produce a single bloom when they are in full bloom. Peace Lilies are just perfect for those who are looking for an indoor plant that won’t take up too much space. They won’t compete with other plants in your home and they also won’t require a lot of maintenance.
Peace Lilies also make beautiful additions to the front yard of any home. Once you start gardening with one Peace Lily, you will quickly see why they are so popular. They have wonderful fragrances and are easy to care for.