House Plants Outdoors - Knowledgebase Question

Name: Loring Carver
Port Jervis, NY
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Question by kcarver
June 4, 2000
Will a Peace Lilly (spathyllum) ?spelling do well outdoors in the summer. If so should it be in the shade or partial sun. Thank you.

Answer from NGA
June 4, 2000
These plants tolerate a range of lighting conditions indoors, generally from a bright location with indirect light to a relatively dark position. If you put it outdoors, make sure it is in a shady spot completely out of direct sun. It would probably enjoy the humidity outdoors but make sure temperatures are warm at night -- steadily in the sixties as a minimum.

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