Peperomia Magnoliaefolia is a house-plant that has thick variegated leaves rather like succulents. The plant's first leaves are plain green, as the plant grows, the cream markings and the variegated leaves appear.
Allow the plant to dry out between watering every 10 days in Summer, every 18 days in Winter.
Feed once a month from mid Spring to Autumn at half strength.
Re-pot in Spring using peat-based potting compost in pots that are only a little larger than the plant is growing in at the present time.
Propagate by leaf, leaf bud or stem cuttings in Spring or early Summer. They do better in small pots.
Peperomia prefers warm room though they will tolerate Winter temperature as low as 10°C if they are kept rather dry at the roots.
Pick off yellowed leaves. Prune or pinch upright or trailing kinds.
Peperomia will get spindly and weak if light is too low. They are subject to crown rot in very moist conditions.
Peperomias are good subjects for planting in bottle gardens, terrariums and in mixed arrangement in bowls. The trailing Peperomias are well suited in hanging baskets.
They like humid atmosphere, spray twice a week in Summer and stand pot on wet pebbles for extra humidity.
Use soil less compost.
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