Peperomia Clusiifolia 'Tricolour'

SKU: MYBG-SUCC-PEPE-CLTR
filler
Rs.350
Potting Material: 3" Plastic Pot

Water Requirement

Daily

Flower Color

N/A

Fragrance

Non Fragrant

Use

Hanging

Maintenance

Medium

Genus

Peperomia

With Pots

Yes

Size

Small

Sunlight Requirement

Indoor Filtered Light,Indoor Interior

Use

Air Purifier,Hanging,Indoor

Product Description

Peperomia €Ginny.€™ is a small houseplant with has an upright growth habit and large leaves. Keep in indirect sunlight.

Variegated Red-Edge Peperomia

Family

Piperaceae

Origin

West Indies & Venezuela

Description

Peperomia Ginny. is a small houseplant with has an upright growth habit and large leaves. This compact plant has thick elliptical leaves which are medium green edged in creamy white blushed with rosy-pink. They are slightly concave and held on pink-red petioles (leaf stems) alternating along the thick stems. The pale green flowers are minute and packed tightly on slender spikes which sometime branch produced at the stem tips or from stems along the leaf joints. Flowering occurs throughout the year on mature plants. Fruits are small and have warty surfaces

Its preference for higher humidity levels and tendency to stay relatively compact make this plant a great choice for terrariums.

Environment

Keep in indirect sunlight. Any window besides South facing ones should work well. Peperomia Clusiifolia is known to grow very well under artificial lighting, which means it s a great option for darker rooms.

It needs plenty of air around the roots, hence a relatively loose soil with good drainage would be ideal.

Landscape Uses

Kitchens, Bathrooms , Greenhouse & Terrarium

Note

One unique aspect of Peperomia is that all their foliage purifies the air, according to NASA research

Peperomia plants are really good houseplants. They come in a variety of variations which make them incredible to look at.
You should water a peperomia plant once the top 1-2 inches of the soil dries completely and then water the plant thoroughly. Overwatering is the number one problem of killing this plant. Signs of overwatering of peperomia plants can be rotting stalks, wilting or yellowing leaves, a heavy pot and waterlogged soil.
Peperomia plants do best in bright indirect light or filtered light. They cannot handle direct sun as it scorches their leaves. If the light provided is less sufficient, the plant tends to stretch a bit towards the light which is very noticeable.

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