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Sep 22, byAsk the Expert: Where do I cut off spent blooms on a peace lily?

MelaniePlant Expert Reply:The proper place to cut the spent peace lily bloom is at the base of the plant and only the bloom stalk.

Do you mean the bloom stalk or the leaf stem? That is why you go all the way the base of the plant where the bloom stalk orginates to cut it off. If the leaf stem is. Should I cut the brown tips off my peace lily?

The pruned stalk will not grow back.

Prune off old and brown stalks at the base of the plant and at the soil line. The pruned stalk will not grow back. New healthy stems should grow from the base of the plant. If the entire stem is browning due to over-watering or fertilization, prune away the affected stem and leaf. Aug 12, Ask the Expert: Where do I cut off spent blooms on a peace lily?

Hi there, I took home a beautiful peace lily plant from my father's funeral back in October of Since then its been full and green and has had lots of blooms. My question is when you say follow the bloom stalk to the to the base of the plant and cut it, does that mean to cut the leave that it is. Then, do you cut off dead peace lily flowers? The proper place to cut the spent peace lily bloom is at the base of the plant and only the bloom stalk.

Whether you cut the leaf off or not, a bloom will not develop from exactly the same spot as before. If the leaf stem is turning yellow then, you may be damaging the leaf when you cut the bloom stalk off.

Should you cut brown tips off peace lily? Prune off old and brown stalks at the base of the plant and at the soil line. New healthy stems should grow from the base of the plant. If the entire stem is browning due to over-watering or fertilization, prune away the affected stem and leaf.

Cut off the affected area at the base of the peace lily. Jun 08, Use a sharp, sterile knife to cleanly cut through the root mass, effectively cutting the plant in half or into thirds or more sections.