Answer: Spathiphyllum, the Peace Lily, is a great houseplant if it can be kept out of direct sunlight in a room which is reasonable warm in the winter. It hates cold drafts, and loves humidity, so keep the potting soil moist and stand the pot in a tray filled with pebbles, kept with a half inch of water in it. Spathiphyllum needs a minimum winter nighttime temperature of 55F degrees and bright light - strong sunlight will damage the leaves. Often, when leaves droop on a plant, it indicates too much or too littlewater, or the light isn't quite right. Follow the above guidelines and you'll have a good chance of saving your Peace Lily.
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