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How to repot or multiplyThe plant produces offsets at the base and in time becomes a dense clump. Once roots begin to show above the soil, it’s time to re-pot your peace lily. This usually occurs about every year or two. Re-pot into a container that is about two inches bigger in diameter than the current pot.Re-potting is also a good time to divide your plant. Crowns (areas where clusters of about two new leaves are growing), are a good place to divide your plant. Use soil from the old pot for the new plant so that it isn’t shocked. For smaller transplants, don’t use a pot that’s too big. Cosy roots encourage blooms.