6in Peperomia Tricolor
These small houseplants prefer thorough watering.
Allow the soil to completely dry out between watering.
They are also drought-tolerant since their fleshy leaves and stems hold water.
These indoor plants don’t require much feeding.
However, feed the plants during summer or spring for quicker growth.
Use a fertilizer for made for houseplants.
Be sure to flush the plant with water in the summer season to eliminate the salt residue left after fertilization.
Soil & Transplanting
This plant loves well-draining soil. Opt for a soil mixture with equal amounts of perlite and peat moss.
Repotting isn’t needed with Peperomias plants as they thrive more under potted as compared to being over potted.
If the plant grows too big for its pot, then it is best to repot it.