Common name

Raindrop peperomia

 

Growing Conditions

Grow in well-draining compost and feed with a weak solution is spring and summer.

 

Watering

As this plant has succulent leaves, it retains moisture so only needs watering once the top of the soil is dry. Don’t overwater it or the plant’s roots will rot. No need to mist, but wipe the leaves to keep them clean and shiny.

 

Aspect

Bright but indirect light to semi-shade

 

Temperature

Ideally 18 – 27 degrees C, avoid draughts. It can’t cope with below 10 degrees C

Peperomia polybotrya 'Raindrop'

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