Watermelon Peperomia likes medium to bright indirect light.
Watermelon Peperomia can be in direct contact with the sun, but its demand for light is not high. Therefore, it is OK to accept some bright astigmatism at ordinary times to avoid being directly exposed to strong light. Watermelon Peperomia needs to receive sunlight to complete photosynthesis, accelerate the formation of chlorophyll and make the leaves turn green faster. However, it can not grow in direct light for a long time. The cells will be damaged and destroyed by the sun, and the leaves will curl and turn yellow or even drooping
is shade resistant and likes to grow in a semi shade environment. It can see light all day during overwintering. It is better to take shading measures at other times. However, it can't stay out of light for a long time. It grows in a too dark environment, and the leaf color will fade.Read More:How To Save My Watermelon Peperomia Leaves CurlingWhy Does My Watermelon Peperomia Leaves Drooping?How To Save My Watermelon Peperomia Brown Spot?
Watermelon Peperomia, like most green plants, has certain negative resistance, so it doesn't have to consider how to get the sun and shade in summer. Generally, we can move Watermelon Peperomia to the North windowsill in summer
, which can ensure ventilation and receive scattered light, killing two birds with one stone.
When the weather is too hot in summer, we can't keep Watermelon Peperomia in the light environment for a long time
, which will lead to the dormancy of the plant, the weakening of life activities, the slow growth rate, and the curling, withering and falling of the leaves. At this time, we need to take shade measures. We can move Watermelon Peperomia to a cool place to take care of it.