Light: Peperomia polybotrya does well in bright to medium indirect light. It may grow in lower light settings but plants grown in these conditions will become leggy and may topple over with time.
Water: Because of their succulent-like leaves Peperomia polybotrya should be allowed to go almost completely dry before watering. The leaves will feel softer and less stiff when your plant is thirsty.
Did you know? Peperomia polybotrya, like other members of the family, can be propagated in a variety of ways. They can be propagated from stem cuttings, leaf cuttings, or even with just a part of the leaf! Try it out with your own Peperomia polybotrya!
Want to bring home one of these succulent cuties? We have Peperomia polybotrya available! We are open for in store shopping so you can come and pick out your perfect plant!