Help! My 3 yr old peace lily is in very bad shape. It started wilting a few months ago, so I re-potted it, which only made matters worse. (It may have gotten a bad chill around the time it started wilting.) Now all but the very biggest leaves are completely limp. What few new leaves it is still sending up go limp shortly after they sprout. I have gotten confusing and contradictory advice on it, but want to do whatever it takes to rescue it. One suggestion I read on another forum for somebody with a similarly ill peace lily was to divide it up. I thought maybe if I divided it ito several parts and put them all in seperate pots, at least one of them may survive. How many can one be cut into? Somebody else suggested growing it hydroponically. Could somebody direct me to a good primer on how to do that? Here it is in its better days: http://www.geocities.com/johnwarndt52/plantaerobics.html Thank you for any suggestions.