On sale due to significant damage and leaf loss caused during transit. Perfect for a propagation project - you can remove individual Peperomia leaves and propagate them in water/soil to grow more baby plants. See last two photos for examples of damaged plants.
Potsize (diameter): 12 cm, Approx Height: 20 cm.
Please be aware that Peperomia are delicate plants that are prone to losing leaves during transit, but don't worry you can propagate these leaves to make more plants!
The Peperomia Polybotrya is also known as the Coin-Leaf Peperomia or Raindrop Peperomia, because of it's large, round, waxy leaves.
Often confused for the Pilea Peperomioides, the Peperomia Raindrop has much thicker, shinier leaves and has a more compact growth pattern. It can also be propagated from leaf cuttings rather than pups.
This easy-care plant will bring a touch of green to your indoor space with its thick and full foliage, its also one of our pet friendly options for those of you with furry friends who like to nibble on your plants!
Light: A medium level filtered light will be best however they are tolerant of lower light levels.
Water: These plants like to dry out almost completely before watering as they store water in their waxy leaves.
Food: During the growing season feed only once or twice with a half strength fertiliser.
Humidity: Will tolerate a normal home humidity level however will appreciate a slightly raised humidity. Use the pebble tray method or mist semi-regularly.
Quick tip: Wipe or rinse the leaves regularly so they don't collect too much dust which stops them from taking in sunlight.