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Peperomia Raindrop
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Raindrop Peperomia

£14
Plant height
30cm
14cm pot
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The Raindrop Peperomia is a small cute plant with glossy, green, succulent leaves balancing on bouncy green stems. The Raindrop Peperomia has the ability to cope with a wide range of growing conditions and can store water in their leaves making them a great low maintenance and easy-care plant. Reaching only about 30 centimetres in height, they make a great option for shelves, desks or coffee tables in your home.

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Plant Happiness

To see me at my best

Place me in a spot with bright indirect light, and allowing my soil to dry out between waterings.

Plant Care Tips

White misting

I like warm temperatures and a little extra humidity.

Plant Care fertiliser

Feed me once a month in spring and summer.

Leaves

Wipe my leaves with a clean, damp cloth to free my pores from dust.

About Raindrop Peperomia

History

There are thoughts to be around 500 ornamental varieties of Peperomia. They have become popular houseplants as they thrive on ‘loving neglect’.

Cultivation

There are over 1,500 species of peperomia, with most found in Central and South America, often growing as epiphytes on rotten wood in forests.

Care

Raindrop Peperomia like warmth, light shade or bright indirect light. Peperomia should only be watered when their soil has fully dried out as the fleshy succulent leaves store water.

Did you know?

The name Peperomia is derived from the Greek for pepper and resembling - as the plant is related to pepper!

Toxicity

This plant is non-toxic so although not advised should pose no harm if accidentally chewed or eaten by your furry friends.

Also Known As

Coin-Leaf Peperomia; Peperomia Polybotrya

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