WillC said:Chenny - Several factors affect Peace Lily flowering. One is good sunlight. Yours might benefit from being a bit closer to but under the window on the floor.
Another factor is genetics. Most Peace Lilies are hybrids that are developed to produce a flush of flowers at point-of-sale, but at the expense of subsequent flowering. There is nothing you can do about your plant's genes!
Peace Lilies bloom best when they are kept tightly potted. Repotting discourages flowering until the roots have once again filled the pot. I suspect that is a primary reason that yours has not bloomed this year.
Finally, Peace Lilies do often respond to a monthly addition of half-strength fertilizer but it is not enough to overcome the other factors.
New leaf growth is often affected adversely by repotting. It will take time for yours to recover.
Belleplant said:I water my peace lily weekly when the soil is dry by testing with my knuckle and allow the water to drain out. I had it in the dining room about 4 feet from a window in a bright room.
I purchased a moisture meter and it keeps saying the soil is moist so I haven't watered in 3 weeks because the soil still says wet. Now my lily is drooping. Did I over water it? I've had it for 2 months now and it's been growing. Or did I underwater it by relying on the moisture meter?