How to care
Light: Medium to bright light to maintain their vibrant foliage colors. Morning light and filtered light are fine, as well as 12 to 16 hours of artificial light. Insufficient light will result in fewer leaves, leaf drops, and drab coloration.
Water: The succulent leaves of peperomia plants indicate that the plants don’t need frequent watering to maintain vigor. Allow the surface of the soil to dry out between waterings.
Humidity: Peperomia plants prefer a warm and steamy environment, especially in the summer months when their growth is most active.
Fertilizer: When it comes to fertilizing your peperomia plants, less is more. Discolored or dropping leaves are usually a sign of inadequate light or excessive watering, not poor nutrition. As a slow-growing epiphyte, the peperomia can go its entire life without supplemental fertilizer, getting what it needs from its planting media.