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Gardening  Peony  Pepper Root
04/24/2014

Peperomia Plants
Peperomia
Peperomia is a great plant for bottle gardens. It's also an undemanding plant for any living area. The foliage is neatly textured and corrugated. Green flower spikes grow on tall stalks out of the leaves.


Peperomia orba 'Astrid' Princess Astrid
Tropics; 25cm
Requires moderate watering and never over-water, for this can prove fatal..Potting mixtures of peat-based mix.High-light-intensity and provide humidity.

Peperomia griseoargentea
Radiator Plant, Ivy-Leaf Pepper, Platinum Pepper ...

Peperomia obtusifolia
Baby Rubber Tree Plant
There are over 1000 varieties of these popular easy care plants that are mainly native to Central and South America.

Synonym
Peperomia prostata.
Common name
Creeping peperomia, creeping buttons, royal velvet plant, yerba linda.
Family
Piperaceae (Pepper family).

Peperomia leaf cuttings prepared for rooting
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Peperomia
Peperomia's most interesting feature is its leaves, which vary in shape (heart shape to narrow), texture (waxy to wafflelike) and color (green, reddish or silvery gray).

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Swedish ivy
All these low-pollen plants offer great options for allergy sufferers.

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Peperomia obtusifolia, also called the baby rubber plant, is a very easy plant to grow. They have thick, glossy, rounded leaves. The leaf color is often dark green with burgundy on the stems. They grow short,...
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Miniature peperomia, Pilea depressa
1 to 3 inches high
Medium light
Closed, open containers
Warm temperature
Avoid overwatering ...

Miniature Peperomia
Pilea depressa
A creeping ground cover with opposing, tiny round leaves on rigid stems that readily root at nodes. Needs bright light but not direct sun, tolerates low humidity and drought. Do not overwater! ...

Peperomia (Peperomia sp.)
Croton (Croton Norma)
Variegated Croton (Croton Petra)
Red and Green Prayer Plant (Maranta leuconeura)
Button Fern (Pellaea rotundifolia)
Ribbon Dracaena (Dracaena sanderiana) ...

Peperomias - many miniatures
Pilea - aluminum plant
Pteris ensiformis "Victoriae" - Pteris fern
Rosa - miniature roses
Saxifraga sarmentosa - strawberry begonia
Selaginella - club mosses
Sinningia pusilla - miniature gloxinia ...

African violet Aluminum Plant (Pilea) Bloodleaf (Iresine) Coleus Corn Plant Dracaena Dusty Miller (Cineraria) Devil's Walking Stick (Aralia) Gardenia Hibiscus Jade Plant Palm Peperomia Pocket Book Plant (Calceolaria) Pregnant Plant (Kalanchoes) ...

Plants to try; Peperomia, Helxine, Calathea, little ferns, Hypoestes phyllostachya
To start planting you may need to reduce the size of the plants rootball to fit the space you have. You can trim up to half the roots and the plant will be fine.

Among the better plants are figs, including rubber plants and fiddle-leaf fig, English ivy, spider plant, peperomia, Chinese evergreen and the familiar mother-in-law's tongue (sanserveria).

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Cacti, Chinese Evergreen, Grape Ivy, Peperomia, Wax Plant, Snake Plant, Spider Plant, Succulents, Philodendron ...

North window: coleus, English ivy, ferns, peperomia, spider plant, spathiphyllum.

'Somewhat dry' means that up to ½ -" of the media should be allowed to dry out between waterings. Examples are peperomias and snake plants.

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04/24/2014

 
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