Loved for its beautiful foliage, Peperomias come in many varieties. These beauties have thick, fleshy leaves that make them drought tolerant and vigorous. Peperomias are low-growing and easy to care for houseplant.
Here’s how to care for your Peperomia.
The Peperomia is best placed in a medium to bright area without the direct sunlight. It can also handle low-light and even under fluorescent lights, making it suitable for office settings.
While the Peperomia likes moisture, it doesn’t like wet or soggy soil, which may cause root rot. We recommend you allow the soil to slightly dry out between waterings. In the cooler months, your plant won’t want as much water.
Temperature & Humidity
The Peperomia prefers average to warm environments and humid air. It will enjoy a good misting, especially in an air-conditioned environment to increase humidity levels.
Keep your Peperomia looking lush and fresh by gently wiping the leaves down with a moist cloth. You can also trim any unwanted growth to maintain its compact appearance.