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  • Peperomia Rosso Houseplant - 95005
  • Peperomia Rosso Houseplant - 95005
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Peperomia Rosso Houseplant

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5.00 stars, based on 1 review(s)
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Are you looking for an interesting houseplant that adds a pop of color to your indoor space?  If so, the Peperomia Rosso is the perfect plant for you!  The pointed dark green, rippled leaves have a brilliant red underside making this indoor plant truly stunning!  Peperomia Rosso also have green to light brown flower spikes that appear during the Spring and Summer months adding even more textural interest!  This houseplant prefers indirect light and will do well in low to high light situations.  Peperomia Rosso love humidity so will thrive when mnisted a few times a week but they do not like to be overwatered.  Water every 1-2 weeks or when the soil is dry to the touch.  

All houseplants come in a grower pot. Choose to add a stylish ceramic pot and your houseplant will be safely shipped with the grower pot placed in the ceramic pot of your choice. Each plant will have a layer decorative moss that should be removed upon arrival.

Please remember that every plant is special and unique. Size and shape will vary from plant to plant and can fluctuate seasonally.

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Dallas, TX

Colorful Indoor Plant

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  • Colorful
  • Unique
  • Flowers
  • Easy to Care For
  • Needs Time to Toughen Up
Originally, this plant was purchased for someone else. When it arrived though, it was far too fragile for the intended recipient. The leaves would fall off at the slightest touch. So, they received a totally different plant. It sounds like a fail, but turned out great because in the meantime, I repotted this one, watered it occasionally, placed it under a grow light with some seeds that were germinating, and turned it once a day. Within a couple of weeks, there were tons of blooms! It’s been here a few months and it’s now on my kitchen counter where it receives fluorescent light from a bulb under the cabinet and some indirect light from a window. The leaves are no longer fragile and it’s continued to bloom. The leaves have a beautiful deep color and the blooms are interesting. I take care of a lot of outdoor plants and typically never have houseplants, but I really like this one and apparently, it’s liking its spot in our house. So, it’s staying.