Plant Care Tips: Peperomia Marble

The Peperomia Marble's captivating foliage adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to any indoor space. Here are some care tips!

Lighting: Peperomia Marble plants prefer bright, indirect light. Place near a window where they can receive gentle, filtered sunlight throughout the day. Direct sunlight can scorch their delicate leaves.

Watering: Allow the top inch of soil to dry out between waterings, then water thoroughly.

Temperature: Peperomia Marble plants thrive in 65 - 75°F. Avoid exposing them to extreme temperature fluctuations or drafts, as this can stress the plant. They like some humidity – you can increase humidity around the plant by placing a humidifier nearby, grouping it with other plants, or misting its leaves regularly!

Pruning and Propagation: Trim away any yellow or damaged leaves to maintain the plant's appearance and encourage new growth. Peperomia Marble plants have a compact growth habit, but occasional pruning can help shape the plant and prevent it from becoming leggy. To propagate, simply take stem cuttings with at least two leaves and place them in water or a well-draining potting mix until roots develop!

These plant care tips will help your Peperomia Marble remain healthy, vibrant, and a focal point of beauty in your home!