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Peperomia Plant In 4inch Terracotta Pot

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Images are for reference purposes only. Actual product may vary in shape or appearance based on climate, age, height, etc. The product is not returnable.

Peperomia botanically called as peperomia polybotrya is native of peru and Columbia is the member of the piperaceae family. It is also called as the coin plant, it is popular plant among the urban folks as it does not require frequent repoting and pruning because of its slow growing nature. It makes a perfect desk plant. 

This package contains

1. Peperomia green plant - 1

2. Terracotta Pot With Plate  -1

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    Note : images used here are for reference purpose only, As the product is a live plant it may vary in size and shape 


    soil -

    well drained soil rich in organic matter with neutral pH and slow releasing fertilizers or you can opt for ready made universal potting mix

    water -

    Only water your plants when the top layers of soil feels dry when touched

    Light and  temperature  -

    It thrives well in 5 to 6 hours of indirect to bright sunlight and temperature of 

     18 to 270c

    fertilizers -

    Apply any well balanced liquid fertilizer once in 3 months

    humidity -

    50 percent but misting your plant once in a while helps to keep it healthy and dust free

    propagation -

    Stem cuttings 


    Am observing moving red bumps on my peperomia, how to get rid of them

    They are spider mites, common pests of many plants. Just remove affected portions and spray neem oil @5ml per 1 liter of water and few drops of liquid soap

    Leaf spots on my peperomia leaves, any remedies

    Do not make foliage wet during watering and spray fungicide at lower concentrations. The thumb rule is to remove any abnormal or infested plant parts immediately. 

    Peperomia leaves turned brown, after application fertilizers, Anything wrong

    It's the indication that your plant is over fertilized. Immediately repot your plant into fresh soil and remove leaves which have turned brown. 


    • you can place it on your desks and tables as it is slow growing plant
    • Succulent plant, so doesn't need watering frequently
    • Never over water your plant, the thumb rule is to water your plant when top layers feel dry to touch.
    • Note: The image is only for the Reference. Actual Plant May Vary, Colour of Pot May Vary As Per Availability.