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Fertilizer/ feed for the plant:From spring to fall your Peperomia needs a well balance fertiliser twice a month diluted to half strength. In winters feed your plant normally.
Repotting : Repot your Peperomia in spring to refresh the soil. Keep the pot size small only for a peperomia, they like a tight space.
Propogation : Peperomias can be easily propagated by both stem cuttings and leaf cuttings.
1. Why are my Peperomia leaves drooping?
Various reasons can cause drooping of leaves of the peperomia. Sudden drop in temperature, exposure to draughts or overwatering can cause drooping of leaves. First try to find out the actual cause of the problem and then change the position of your plant ad change the watering schedule accordingly.
2. Peperomia leaves are curling.
Curling of Peperomia leaves is not very common. Curling of leaves is usually caused by nutrient deficiency or bugs.
3. Why is there a white patch on my Peperomia leaves and stem?
White patches on the Peperomia are cause by Mealy Bug infestation. Isolate your plant and remove these mealy bugs by hand, using a cotton dipped in alcohol.
Light Requirements :Peperomias need bright and indirect sunlight most times of the year in order to thrive.
Locations :An east or north facing window with bright indirect sunlight is ideal for the Peperomia. You need to ensure that your plant isn’t facing direct sunlight, especially during summers. Direct sunlight can cause leaf scorching.
Styling/decor tip :Peperomias are attractive plants with distinct green foliage. Place peperomias on your living room tables as a centre piece to instantly add some colour to it. Peperomias are also excellent office desk plants. They look beautiful atop plant stands and add style to a space.
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Yes, Peperomia is an easy to grow plant.
Peperomias need bright and indirect sunlight to grow well.
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