Origin: Southern Florida, South and Central America, Africa.
Peperomia Pepperface Ginny is a slow growing, succulent-like houseplant. Unlike succulents, they are accustomed to growing in medium or low light. There are over 100 different varieties of Peperomia, each with their own shape, size, and colour combination. Peperomia is part of a large family of plants and is actually related to pepper. In Brazil they are viewed as lucky!
"Ginny" has a hardy stem and leaves with a green, cream & pink color. "Ginny" also has tiny white flowers that occur throughout the year on mature plants. It is best to provide bright light for this species, but never place a Peperomia in direct sun, as it could scorch the leaves.
Peperomia's are not drought tolerant, but do not like sitting in wet soil either. Water the soil thoroughly, letting excess drain. Allow the top of the soil to dry between waterings. Peperomia's are great for beginners because of their laid back attitude.
*Please note - Ecoforms pot sold separately, want your own? Buy it here! Plants are subject to nature and may differ from their photos. We try our best to match our product to the photos on our listings. Thank you.
|Lighting||Can be grown in all light levels, but prefers bright and indirect. No direct sun.|
|Water||Water deeply. Allow top of soil to dry between watering. Discard any excess water.|
|Fertilize||Fertilize twice in the growing season|
|Other Benefits||Air Purifying, Easy Care, Low Light, High Humidity, Pet Friendly|