Peperomia Obtusifolia Variegata Plant

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Grow in bright indoors or shaded outdoors
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Water Once every 2 weeks in summer & every 3 weeks in winter
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Keep in bright indirect sunlight

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This plant is a popular Peperomia species in the family: Piperaceae, and possesses a variety of traits. Most importantly, they are attractive, easy to take care of, and bring luck. If properly cared for, the baby rubber plant can grow up to 10" inches tall and wide. Because of its trailing stem, this plant species can also be used in hanging planters.

Peperomia Obtusifolia Variegata Plant thrives best in bright indirect sunlight. Their water needs are also quite simple; once every 2 weeks in summer and every 3 weeks in winter. Repot plants in the spring every two to three years, even if it's just to switch the soil. Choose a pot that just fits the peperomia plant's root system because it thrives when it is slightly potbound. Peperomia Variegata plant will look best in your drawing rooms.

Improper growth circumstances are the primary cause of Peperomia variegata problems. Common indoor plant bugs can attack Peperomia variegata. To prevent Cupid Peperomia pest infestations, use insecticidal soap or neem oil spray. Overwatering, which can encourage the growth of fungus and bacteria, is typically the cause of peperomia infections. The entire Peperomia family is considered to be non-toxic, still we advise to avoid ingestion.

Peperomia Obtusifolia Variegata Plant
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FAQs

Peperomia plants should grow steadily, but they are somewhat slow-growing and tend to stay small (among other characteristics that make them perfect for compact areas). Give your plant extra indirect sunlight if it's not growing despite your best efforts.
Very little water is needed to keep peperomia plants, making them simple to care for.

The most frequent causes of leaf drop are underwatering and overwatering. (Nicely helpful, no?) However, leaf drop frequently has additional symptoms that can help you identify the cause. A few days after watering, if you also see yellowing leaves towards the base of the plant and the soil is still moist, your plant may have received too much water.

It's possible that your peperomia plant is underwater if the tips of its leaves are turning brown and crispy, but your plant may also want extra humidity to maintain the leaves soft and pliable.

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Prasanna S.
Nice idea of self watering pots by kyari 💗

The plant gave a awful look to my room
The self watering pot idea is so good which helps in watering plants once a while
The plant purifies air and gives a lovely look
Loved the plant💗
Thanks kyari❤