Peperomia, 6in, Hope, Hanging Basket - Floral Acres Greenhouse & Garden Centre
Peperomia, 6in, Hope, Hanging Basket - Floral Acres Greenhouse & Garden Centre
Peperomia, 6in, Hope, Hanging Basket - Floral Acres Greenhouse & Garden Centre
Peperomia, 6in, Hope, Hanging Basket - Floral Acres Greenhouse & Garden Centre
Peperomia, 6in, Hope, Hanging Basket - Floral Acres Greenhouse & Garden Centre
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Peperomia, 6in, Hope, Hanging Basket

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Peperomia Hope is an easy to take care of house plant that requires little maintenance and can even tolerate some neglect. It is a perennial epiphyte with small, succulent, round leaves and a trailing habit. 

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Attributes

Type: Tropical / Perennial Epiphyte / Semi-Succulent
Height: Up to 12in
Spread: Up to 8in
Zone: 10-12
Pet Safe: Non-Toxic 

Care

Temperature: 18-24° Celsius

Light: Low to Medium Light Needs, Keep out of Direct Sun

Watering: Keep soil moist, but not soggy, during growing season. Water less in fall/winter, about every 7-10 days.  

Fertilizer: Use a balanced liquid plant food to deal with the new plant’s feeding needs during the growing season and fertilize bi-weekly. You may also use slow-release fertilizer pellets. Do not fertilize during the winter.