The Peperomia Plant is a great houseplant that is easy to grow and thrives in low light.
• Water: when needed, let soil dry out between watering.
• Light & Location: Indirect Light to low light
• Temperature: 65-80º
• Fertilize: Every 4 weeks
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Common Problems of The Peperomia
- Curling Leaves may mean underwatering the plant
- Black Stems or yellow leaves may mean you are overwatering
- Yellow leaves could mean you need to fertilize or too much direct sunlight
The Peperomia Plant is a very popular as a houseplant as it thrives with indirect to low light conditions of a home. It is very popular as a houseplant because even if you’re a beginner you can have success growing this plant. The unique leaves and spikey flowers make it very interesting in your home. It is slow growing that does not require much care. It is also PET FRIENDLY.
-Place in a bright location inside your home that has indirect or low light.
-Keep soil moist and allow the plant to dry out between watering. Check the soil with your finger or a pencil tip before watering.
-Fertilize once per month with an all-purpose houseplant fertilize. Yellowing leaves can sometimes mean a lack of fertilizer.
-Prune off dead leaves as needed
When planting in a container follow these instructions:
-Select a sturdy container 1-2 times larger than the pot it came in. You can use any good planter made of ceramic, terracotta, plastic or wood. Make sure your planter has drainage holes.
-Use quality potting soil like Bumper Crop Gardners Gold potting soil.
-Add water slowly and saturate the soil just after transplanting
-Place near an indirect source of light inside your house.