A 5" Potted Peperomia Hope Plant in our cream/white planter or cement planter.
These popular tropical houseplants are easy to care for, making them a great gift. Peperomia Hope is a tropical epiphyte with small, succulent-like leaves that enjoys plenty of moisture and bright, indirect light. Compared to other types of Peperomia, the Hope is a slow-growing cultivar. You may notice long, brown and green, spindly spikes protruding from your plant. Don’t be alarmed—these are flowers.
How to care for your new Peperomia Hope:
SUNLIGHT: Peperomia Hope thrives in bright, indirect light. While it can tolerate low light conditions, it may experience stunted growth, curling leaves, and faded colors. This plant also does well under artificial light, so grow lights are a great option. Avoid direct sun which will burn the fleshy leaves.
WATER: This plant enjoys consistent moisture and should be watered regularly during the spring and summer months. Keep the soil evenly moist but not soaking. Cut back on watering during the fall and winter, allowing the top 1 to 2 inches of soil to dry between waterings.
HUMIDITY/TEMPERATURE: This tropical plant tolerates a range of humidity and does well in typical household and/or office levels.
TIPS: If you notice your plant beginning to wilt, it is most likely under watered. A sign of overwatering is when your plant begins to develop yellow leaves or black stems.
* Note: Plants and planters may vary. The pictures shown are examples of the style.