Peperomia Raindrop Polybotrya
Your Peperomia will be happiest in medium to bright light, however, they can tolerate lower light and can even adapt to fluorescent lighting. Keep out of direct sun–the leaves will burn.
Water thoroughly, and allow the soil to dry out a bit between waterings. This small houseplant can effectively hold water in their fleshy stems and leaves during times of drought and are therefore quite forgiving if you forget to water it once in a while.
Your Peperomia will enjoy a misting from time to time.
Your Peperomia prefers temperatures between 55-80 degrees during the day and should not get colder than 55 degrees at night.
Fertilisation isn’t necessary for your Peperomia, but you can fertilise your plant in the spring or summer if you’d like it to grow a little faster. Use any fertiliser made for indoor plants and follow the directions on the packaging. Before applying any form of fertiliser, make sure the soil is damp. Never apply fertiliser to dry soil.
Your Peperomia is non-toxic to pets and humans.
If your Peperomia becomes unkept or out of hand, trim the leaves using sharp, clean pruning shears or scissors.