This peperomia requires bright light without direct sunlight. Too much direct sunlight may scorch the leaves. Not enough light, growth will be lacking.
Water & Soil
Water when the soil becomes dry to the touch then provide a thorough watering. Peperomias are semi-succulent in nature which makes overwatering a big problem, but they do need more watering than many succulents. When lacking water the plant will just wilt, which is easy to resolve. During winter – water much less. A peat based potting mix is best used that drains well. 2 parts peat and 1 part perlite is a good mix. Other mixes work well as long as they drain well, and can retain some moisture.
Non-toxic to cats and dogs.
Note: Our plants are sold in nursery pots, unless specified differently. Our nursery pots vary in colour, and will be either black, white, green or terracotta.