Peperomia is incredibly easy-going, low-care houseplants with Cute and colorful foliage, and its edges are creamy-white with a slight touch of rosy-pink shade. Peperomia grows in the cool understory of the rainforest. Slow-growing and compact, some varieties of Peperomia are often mistaken as succulents.
Planting & Care
Sunlight: Ginny grows best in bright light and even in moderate light. avoid placing it under direct sunlight as this could damage the foliage.
Soil: This plant loves well-draining soil. Opt for a soil mixture with equal amounts of perlite and peat moss.
Watering: Peperomia requires a bit more water and higher humidity than your average succulent.
Temperature: the ideal temperature for this plant is between 68° – 78° degrees Fahrenheit (20° – 25° C),
Fertilizer: These indoor plants don’t require much feeding. Use fertilizer for indoor plants.