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Fertilizer/ feed for the plant:Pepperomias are non-fussy when it comes to ferilisers; however, to speed up their growth you can give them a general fertiliser as per brand instructions.
Repotting : Pepperomias are slow growers, hence they won't require frequent repotting. Repot your plant once in two years to replenish the growing medium.
Propogation : Pepperomia can be propagated easily from stem cuttings.
1. Why does my pepperomia have dull fading leaves?
Light and fading leaves in pepperomia are caused by strong light. Avoid direct light and leep your plants in bright indirect light.
2. Why are pepperomia leaves discolured?
The discolouration of leaves and flowers are caused due to overwatering. Pepperomias love a fairly dry growing medium. Let the soil dry out between waterings.
3. What pests commonly affect pepperomias?
Pepperomias are lucky in the way that it doesn’t have many pest issues other than a rare sighting of mealy bugs. Clean the leaves and use neem oil regulalry as a remedy and preventive method both.
Light Requirements :Pepppeomias love bright indirect light. Thye do great indoors and aso in shaded areas of outside gardens.
Locations :The best place for growing pepperomias are near north and east facing windows.
Styling/decor tip :The pepperomia green creeper plant adds an instant fresh vibe to your space. This new entrant in the global indoor plant sector is a great addition to you tabletops and hanging planters. Place them on book shelves to break the monotony or as a part fo a plant cluster to add variety.
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Yes, the peperomia is safe for both cats and dogs
Yes, Peperomia is an easy to grow plant.
Peperomias need bright and indirect sunlight to grow well.
Peperomia Green Creeper Plant is also known as Baby Rubber Plant.
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