Peperomia ‘Hope’ – 4″
Peperomia ‘Hope’ is an easy to care for indoor plant with semi-succulent round leaves that emerge on pinkish orange stems. The foliage is subtly striped with light green, making the leaves look similar to its close relative, the Watermelon Peperomia. A cross between Peperomia deppeana and quadrifolia, this cultivar has a lovely trailing habit, with leaves emerging in groups of two or three every few inches as the stems grow.
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Water: Water every 7 to 10 days. Allow the top soil to dry out completely and then water thoroughly. Do not over-water.
Sunlight: Bright indirect light. As a general rule, variegated foliage requires more sunlight than darker green foliage. Tolerates low light. While short periods of direct light are fine, too much full sun will cause leaf discolouration.
Food: Peperomia are naturally slow-growing and do not require a lot of fertilizer. Fertilize twice a year using half-strength liquid fertilizer during spring and summer only.