Hi folks, Need some help with my peace lily(s). Bought at IKEA a couple months ago; they came in minature pots about 6cm / 2.5in diameter, biggest plant about 20cm / 8in high. When I bought them they all looked so lush and pretty grouped together in a little 3-part galvanized planter, but they've been having growing pains, largely attributable, I'm sure, to my learning curve on the watering (first too much, then too little). I think I've gotten a watering routine down now that works - They get a small amount of water every 2 or 3 days (by 3 days they're usually starting to go limp). Light-wise, they started in a fairly low-light spot, on the opposite side of the room from the windows, in a spot where a permanently open door sheilds them from direct sun. They have spent the last 2 weeks or so about 10 feet from a window in a kitchen that doesn't get much sun apart from some very good late afternoon sun for about 2 hours. Pictures below show some of my problems/questions. Pic #1 - all three plants. As you can see, they've all got a bit of a yellowing-leaves problem. When I bought them they had a good number of spades, at least one per mini-pot, but now it's been a while since two of them had any spades. Is this to be expected? How often do they send up new ones? Also: #2. The one from the center of the arrangement is doing pretty well -- lots of new growth near the base (you can kind of see it in the photo) -- except the spades are dying. Should I cut/pull out the dying spade? #3. The one on the right side of the arrangment is sort of weakly tipping to the side -- i'm guessing he needs more soil? #4. The one on the left side of the arrangement has lots of dying leaves. I suspect that they will want re-potting in a bigger pot. (Dang -- they looked so nice in that planter i bought just for them! - #5) Should I plant them all together? Suggestions? Or if anyone has any advice how i can take care of them so they do well right where they are... Sorry if this is kind of overkill, information-wise, but I'm really trying hard to learn about this houseplant thing. I'm an american living in Budapest without the requisite language skills, so my houseplant learning is all coming from the Web. And I keep reading that peace lilies are good, easy to care for, low-light-tolerating indoor plants... so [insert sheepish grin here] I'm feeling particularly self-conscious about them possibly not surviving! Thanks for any help you can offer!