How do I care for my Marble Peperomia?

 

We've got such a cracker for you this month!! I am so excited to be unveiling to you the fabulous variegated peperomia! This is our luxury pet-friendly luxury plant of the month for March. Here are some tips for how to best care for this amazing plant.

Native habitat

This low growing perennial is native to the Caribbean, Mexico, and Florida. 

Light and position in the home

This plant prefers bright light but avoid any direct sun. It can tolerate shadier positions but may start to lose its variegation. A south or west facing window is ideal.

Flowers and foliage

It is unlikely (but not impossible) that your peperomia will bloom and produce small white flower spikes. For this plant, it is the glossy, succulent-like marbled leaves that are the primary attraction, and aren't they AMAZING? If the leaves become more green than marbled try moving to a sunnier spot.

Watering and humidity

Allow the soil to dry out slightly on top before watering. Avoid overwatering, the plant's fleshy leaves are able to store water and is better adapted to survive a slight drought than deluge. Use room-temperature water to water.

Temperature

Room temperatures should be ideal for your peperomia, between 18 and 24 degrees Celsius. Avoid large fluctuations in temperature and dry air.

Did you know?

Room temperatures should be ideal for your peperomia, between 18 and 24 degrees Celsius. Avoid large fluctuations in temperature and dry air.

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If you like the look of our Marble Peperomia plant and want to get your hands on one of these beautiful succulents, you can get yours here.