Getting peace lily to bloom can by a mystery

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Hi, this is Mark news from plant talk radio. Thanks for subscribing and listening to our podcast. You're gardening questions. From plan. Talk radio to help keep this podcast free for you. We're partnering with stoke seeds preplanned your indoor seeds starting program with the help of the all new Stokes website now mobile and tablet friendly. The new website is a brand new gardening experience. It offers better interactivity and higher quality imagery. But what hasn't changed is the Stokes website is still the complete resource center with valuable information on seed starting planting and harvesting all the gardening accessories and a free catalog, whether you're adding texture a new variety for a splash of color developing an existing garden or starting from scratch stoke seeds has some great resources to help you. Plus all the gardening excessive as you need to make your garden. The envy of the neighborhood get growing with Stokes. Now. Today's question we had an Email question from Brenda Kay. She says she's had a peacefully about three years it sets an indirect light doesn't get a tunnel light. But it only it only bloom the first year, and she's wondering is there anything she can do to get some flowers back on it per. Well that always helps. Now, let me give her as much of an answer that can I have to. They're both in twelve inch pots both indoors in my living room. They get approximately the same son in the afternoon and evening. I turn them. Well, I don't know every now and then so they don't go one sided and interestingly enough that she asked about that. Because one of mine actually, the one farthest from the window is has been in really nice bloom for the last month and a half. I don't know five six seven eight stems now by maybe in total the other one to two little flowers. I I really wish I had an answer for Brenda. It sounds like she's doing the right things. I know that sometimes they can get root bound. I also know that they can be put into a pot fr-. Let's just say they go from an eight inch to a twelve inch container better that they would go to a nine or ten inch. So that the they're not. And I don't have never understood but still a lot of plants like their roots crowded. They don't have a choice. That's just the way they work Brenda. I can't tell you for sure I have not fertilized them any differently. I'm sure that with a late meter. I'd find that the one that is in bloom gets a little bit more intensity of light. And so on, but I. Well, the one that's in nice blue hasn't bloomed into the past three years. So I I'm going to call it cycle. I just don't even know a better answer. Thanks again. For listening to the podcast. Remember preplanned your indoor seed starting program with the help of Stokes gardening guide and their online articles on their brand new website now mobile and tablet friendly and request your free catalog while you're online for the best selection of vegetable flower and herbs seeds available go to stoke seeds dot com. Cultivating successful growers for generations.

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