Peperomia, 4in, Abricos
Peperomia, 4in, Abricos
Peperomia, 4in, Abricos
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Peperomia, 4in, Abricos

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The Peperomia Abricos is a slow growing peperomia that would look adorable on a bookshelf or nightstand. It has stunning foliage, featuring deep red leaves that almost have hints of black, and will grow small, red-coloured petioles.

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Type: Tropical
Height: 12 in - 24in
Spread: 12 in - 24 in
Light: Bright Indirect
Water: Moderate
Zone: 10 - 12
Pet Safe: Non-Toxic


General Maintenance: Turn your peperomias 1/4 turn each day for even growth and spread across the whole plant. These plants are very easy to propagate via cuttings and enjoy a semi-root bound life. Repot every 2-3 years into a pot 1 size larger for optimum growth.

Temperature: These plants enjoy moderate temperatures very similar to room temperature. Sitting between 18-25 degrees Celsius is their ideal range.

Light: These plants love bright, indirect light. If they are exposed to direct sunlight their leaves will burn.

Watering: Water when the top 2 inches of soil is dry, they will wilt a little bit and that is also an indicator that they are thirsty. Do not overwater as they are not tolerant of wet feet.

Soil: Any well-draining soil mix and these plants will be happy

Fertilizer: Fertilize once every 2-3 weeks during the growing season (April -August) with a houseplant fertilizer
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