Peperomia 'Hope' | Root Houseplants

Peperomia 'Hope' is a cultivar of P.deppeana and P.quadrifolia, it's part of the Piperaceae family. This plant has succulent green leaves with subtle green stripes, leaves are usually in groups of two or three along stems.  


Pot: 17cm diameter

Length: Approximately 25cm in length


Secrets to success


Temperature: Temperatures between 18°C and 24°C.


Light: Bright indirect light. Peperomia also thrive under indoor grow lights.


Water: Due to the semi-succulent nature of the plant, allow the plant to dry out in between waterings.


Air humidity: Moderate - 40-50%, place the pot on a tray of wet pebbles to create more humidity. feed: Fertilise the plant once a month during spring and summer, using a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer.


Re-potting: Re-pot in spring, only when the plant has outgrown its pot. 
Re-pot to a slightly larger pot - anything too big would hold too much water and could cause root rot. Use a container with a drainage hole.


Potting mix: Peperomia need a well draining mix.


Fertilising: Feed bi-weekly during the growing season.


This plant is non-toxic.

Peperomia 'Hope'