Raindrop Peperomia is a compact and versatile, succulent plant with heart-shaped foliage. You can keep the plant indoors as well as outdoors but with guarded light and in a shaded region. The plant is fairly low-maintenance and is a good option for the newbie gardener and for those with space constraints. With its growth arresting at 1 foot, this makes an ideal houseplant for the location with bright and filtered light throughout the day.
About Raindrop Peperomia, Peperomia Polybotrya Plant
- Raindrop Peperomia has lush, dark green leaves, heart-shaped and thick like succulents.
- The most attractive part of the plant is its eye-catching leaves, leading to the plant earning a number of names such as Coin Peperomia, Raindrop Peperomia etc.
- This houseplant enhances the display in front of a bright window, preferably East or South Facing.
- It is an excellent choice if you are looking for an unusual houseplant to brighten up your equally bright-lit kitchens, bathrooms, and dining rooms.
- The plant grows to roughly 1ft tall at most. Some varieties might grow a bit taller, but not more than 2 ft.
- Healthy grown Peperomia plant of up to 16-17 inches in height. Mentioned height is including the pot height.
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How to care for Raindrop Peperomia plant?
Check below for Peperomia plant care tips:
Light and Temperature Tips for Raindrop Peperomia plant
- The plant grows best if kept near an East or a South facing balcony. It thrives with abundant light and if it doesn't get the light of its liking, you will find it trying to reach for the light towards its source.
- Arrest the growth and maintain uniformity by rotating the plant every 15-20 days.
- The best way to avoid direct sunlight is to cover the window with a curtain or keep it right outside the line of direct rays.
Water Tips for Healthy Growth of Raindrop Peperomia plant
- Water the plant enough to keep the soil moist, but not wet or saturated for extended periods. The soil should be dry at least an inch or two from the top before the plant gets another watering session.
- Avoid overwatering as that can damage the root rot.
- We recommend watering thoroughly in summer and less in rainy and winter but also make sure that the soil is not dry.
Fertilizing & Repotting Tips for Raindrop Peperomia Plant
- Fertilize the plant once every month during summers and reduce it to every 45 days in winters.
- Use only natural organic fertilizer.
- Make sure your pot has proper drainage holes.
- You can repot the plant once you see roots coming out from the pot.