Peperomia assorted 4" $15
Peperomia assorted 6" $40
Peperomia sp ecuador in a Hanging Basket 6.5" $55
Peperomia fuzzy mystery 4" $20 (rare)
Peperomia incana 4" $20 (rare)
Peperomia napoli nIght 4" $15
Peperomia obtusifolia green 3.5" $10
Peperomia obtusifolia lemon/lime 3.5" $7.50
Peperomia obtusifolia lemon/lime 4" $15
Peperomia obtusifolia marble 4" $15
peperomia obtusifolia red edge 3.5" $7.50
Peperomia puteolata 4" $15
Peperomia puteolata in a Hanging Basket 4.5" $30
Peperomia raindrop 3" $15
Peperomia raindrop in a Hanging Basket 6" $50
- Peperomia rippled 6" $50
Peperomia rosso 4" $15
Peperomia schumi red 4" $15
Peperomia watermelon 3" $15
Peperomia watermelon in a Hanging Basket 6" $45
Watermelon Peperomia is a small bushy plant with fruity red stems, has large leaves that look like a watermelon rind!
Ruby Cascade Peperomia is a trailing vine with reddish stems and rounded two-tone leaves.
The tops of the leaves are a dark green and the undersides are a beautiful purplish red.
Raindrop Peperomia has glossy green, thick, heart-shaped leaves, and remains pretty compact, so it is great for smaller spaces.
The Peperomia houseplant is an attractive addition to a desk, a table or as a member of your houseplant collection.
Peperomia care is not difficult and Peperomia plants have a compact form that lets them occupy a small space wherever you choose to place them.
More than 1,000 types of Peperomias exist, but not all are cultivated and grown for distribution to the public.
Some other names this beauty goes by: Baby rubber plant, pepper elder, radiator plant, shining bush plant, emerald ripper pepper.
Plant collectors may have an unusual variety, as may arboretums or indoor displays at botanical gardens.
When growing a Peperomia, locate the plant in a medium to low light situation away from direct sun.
You may also grow Peperomia plants under fluorescent lighting.
Grow Peperomia plants in a light houseplant mixture with perlite or coarse gravel included to allow roots to receive air circulation necessary for the health and development of your plant.
If your peperomia plants are wilting, in spite of regular watering, the plant is likely not getting enough oxygen to the roots.
Water Peperomia houseplants sparingly and allow the soil to dry as deep as 5" between waterings.
Fertilize occasionally with a balanced houseplant food after watering.
Leach the plant in summer by flushing with water to remove the salts left behind by fertilization.
Repot Peperomias in spring, but keep pots small unless you are growing Peperomia as part of a container combination.
The Peperomias thick leaves hold water, and allow the plant to withstand long periods without moisture.
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