Ripple peperomia is a fairly low-maintenance plant that is often grown as a houseplant due to its tough nature and beautiful heart shaped rippled leaves.
The Pink Marble has heavy fluting foliage that are light green in color with silver and pink highlights on the raised part of the leaves especially when reflected off of sunlight. This is one of the faster growing caperatas.
Included: The Pink Marble Plant, 4â nursery pot, care instructions
Size:Â will shipped in a 4 inch nursery pot
Plant Difficulty: Easy. Great for beginners and an easy to care for indoor house plant.
Light Exposure:Â bright, indirect light
Watering:Â Allow the top of the soil (about 1/4 of the size of the pot down) in a peperomia plant to dry out before watering. Over-watering, causing yellow leaves and soggy stems, is the main cause of serious peperomia problems. Root-rot, which causes the plant to die, is the direct result of overâwatering. Peperomia plants do well when watered from the bottom.