Light: Peperomia argyreia does best in bright, indirect light. They may grow in medium indirect light but your plant may produce smaller leaves or weak stems.
Water: Water your Peperomia argyreia when about half to 3/4ths of the soil has gone dry. Peperomia argyreia is a plant that will tell you when it's gone too dry. If your plant is fully limp don't worry! Just give it a good soak and it'll perk right back up.
Did you know? Because Peperomia are an epiphytic genera they do best potted in an airy well draining soil mix. If you find your Peperomia is struggling it may be because your soil is too compacted. Try switching your Pepeormia's soil mixture to something with added coco coir, bark, or perlite.
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