‘Huge mistake’ when caring for peace lilies to avoid ‘drooping’ leaves and ‘root rot’


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They said: “Although peace lily plants need moist soil that replicates their natural habitat, it’s possible to go too far. 

“Overwatering is a common cause of drooping leaves in peace lily plants. If peace lily plants are left in waterlogged soil, they can develop issues like root rot.”

Thankfully, drooping leaves can be a good indicator of overwatering. When the leaves of the peace lily are drooping, test the soil using your finger. If the soil feels wet, you’re watering the plant too much or too often.

If owners have overwatered their houseplant that should try and let it dry out longer until the top layer feels dry to the touch.



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