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Moderate water requirement - water weekly
Moderate light requirement - bright indirect light, no direct sunlight - east/west facing windows

Peperomia Argyiera (Watermelon Peperomia)

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Peperomia Argyiera, also known as Watermelon Peperomia has a striking picturesque foliage. It’s an easy to care for plant that will be a great addition to your urban jungle!

It comes in a plastic nursery pot that is 14cm in diameter. The Plant is approx 28cm tall.

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Light For the most part, Peperomias are slow growing houseplants and are reasonably adaptable to the level of light you end up providing. Although if you're looking for the ideal situation, it will be one where the light levels are bright but without direct sunlight. Too much light will scorch and wash out the leaves whereas too little will eventually result in ragged, thin, and untidy growth. Peperomias are also one of the few houseplants that do quite well from fluorescent light, so it can successfully be grown permanently in windowless rooms (provided the room light is switched on for a good part of the day of course!). Watering Do be careful when it comes to watering these plants as it's quite easy to over do it and create a recipe for rotting. You should look to water thoroughly and then wait until the soil has dried out a little before watering again. Don't keep the soil constantly moist or let the soil become saturated. Equally however, Peperomias are not desert cacti so don't forget to review the situation on a regular basis and provide water when it's needed. In Winter, the plant will need very little unless it's particularly warm and bright. Humidity Some Peperomias do need quite high levels of humidity to maintain their pristine appearance. However the majority of Peperomias you can buy as houseplants do fine without any artificial boosts to the surrounding humidity. The dainty leaves can be difficult to clean, so feel free to mist the leaves when it's warm to help keep them free dust. Feeding Small plants which grow slowly do not need a great deal of fertiliser and this is perfectly true here. Simply feed your plant with an all-purpose fertiliser twice a year, once in Spring and again in Summer. Temperature Peperomias strongly dislike cold and draughts so they can be a challenge to keep looking good in Winter if you've chosen a cool location for its home. Make things easy for yourself by keeping them in your frequently used living areas and away from unheated spare rooms. Ideally, no lower than 15°C / 59°F and for good growth during the growing seasons try to position them in a place where the temperature during the day is at or above 21°C / 70°F. Repotting The roots on a Peperomia are not overly adventurous so it usually take several years to fill and outgrow a pot. The roots are also quite fragile and dainty so can easily be damaged by regular repotting. You should only need to repot every two or three years at most, and when you do just use standard potting compost or a houseplant mix. Source: www.ourhouseplants.com

An example picture gives a trustworthy image of the plant with good care. The plant at the example picture is not the plant that will be delivered. This is an example, so variations are possible. The eventually delivered plant may differ in for example size, number of flower branches, etc.

Due to bio laws our plants are shipped only to the countries of European Union and Switzerland.

 

To avoid plants being held up in the post, we only post them out Monday to Wednesday (depending on the season) if shipping inland Germany or Mondays only when shipping in EU.

 

Shipping fee includes packaging and handling costs. All parcels are send  with tracking number. We cannot guarantee specific delivery times. Please note, we aim to get all orders shipped within 7 working days from the date of order.

 

When ordering in winter, please know that we ship our plants with heat packs included in the package. We can however postpone the shipment if the temperatures go below 0.

 

Standard delivery times:

Germany 2-5 days

EU 3-7 days