This plant looks much bigger to me in person than on camera. Bigger than the other peace lily. It has also been largely restored since the below was written and the photos were taken. Peace lilies are one of NASA'S favorite plants for air purification. The tips easily turn brown, however, from the dry air here and you will have to cut leaves off at the base periodically because of the dryness even when kept wet (not drowning). (A humid bathroom with LED lights left on could change that.) On the upside, they don't need a lot of light and insects seem to not like them even without the use of insecticide. The ceramic planter helps slow down evaporation, so needs water less frequently than the one in terracotta. But terracotta is helpful for air purification since a lot of that happens at the root level as the roots interact with air. Note: The big planter with soil cost me at least $8, and some of the total is tax. The price for the plant itself is $22.