Written by Maggie
Nov 17 2021
When we grow and care for Peperomia Puteolata (Parallel Peperomia), it needs loose and fertile soil. A basin soil can be made from leaf rot and coarse sand, and a small amount of horse manure can be added as a base fertilizer. We need to put it in a bright place at ordinary times, to avoid getting direct radiation light, summer needs appropriate shading. When we grow and care for Peperomia Puteolata, watering should be frequent, keep the soil moist, but can't have water. Also fertilize it during the growing season, every two to three weeks.
|Indoor houseplant collection
|Bright, indirect lighting
|Peat based potting mix
|65°-75° Degrees Fahrenheit (18° C -24° C)
|Normal indoor humidity levels should be fine
|Deep watering when soil is nearly dry
|Take off stems at the height you desire the plant to grow
|Fertilizing with a liquid feed at half strength or less every two weeks
|Leaf and stem tip cuttings
|Non-toxic to cats and dogs
|Small white flowers
Peperomia Puteolata likes warm growing conditions, and it will grow better only if it is at the right temperature. Peperomia Puteolata's favorite temperature is between 20 and 25 ° C. Maintaining such an environment, its leaves stretch thick green, branches stand and stretch, the whole can have a kind of vigorous and upward feeling. peperomia puteolata is not resistant to high temperatures and cold. When we grow and care for peperomia puteolata in summer, the ambient temperature is too high, so we need to give it proper shading treatment. Avoid too high temperature and leaves drooping. When we grow and care for Peperomia Puteolata in autumn and winter, we should pay attention to heat preservation, when necessary, indoor maintenance as well. When the temperature is below 5℃, it will stop growing. When the temperature is too low, the leaves will curl and droop. When it is serious, it will wither and die. Therefore, the climate gradually cools to pay attention to heat preservation.
Peperomia puteolata (Parallel Peperomia) Profile
Peperomia Puteolata likes loose and fertile soil. If the soil is too sticky and has poor drainage ability, it will affect the respiration and growth of roots. When we grow and care for Peperomia Puteolata, it is usual to use leaf rot with coarse sand to make basin soil, or peat with perlite, either way, to add a small amount of horse manure as a base fertilizer to provide nutrients for plant development.
Peperomia Puteolata is suitable for growing in a semi-shade environment. When we grow and care for Peperomia Puteolata, it needs a certain amount of scattered light, but should not be exposed to the sun, otherwise it will burn its leaves and affect the development of the plant. Usually, put it in a bright indoor place, summer can be appropriate shade, winter is to let it for a long time by the light, so to improve the ambient temperature is also very helpful.
Peperomia Puteolata grows better in wet places and has a certain drought resistance, so water frequently, but not too much. When we grow and care for Peperomia Puteolata, keep the soil moist and do not have standing water. If the water is poured too much, it is easy to lead to root rot, the need to discharge excess water, and appropriate soil loose, do a good job of ventilation.
Peperomia Puteolata needs fertilizer during the growing season. Fertilizer is usually applied every two to three weeks. The fertilizer is usually a thin liquid or compound fertilizer, which should not contain too much nitrogen as it will cause the veins on its leaves to fade and reduce its ornamental value. When we grow and care for Peperomia Puteolata in winter, stop fertilizer in time, if the temperature is appropriate, can be appropriate topdressing.
When we grow and care for Peperomia Puteolata, it should be pruned, with yellowing leaves cut off and horizontal branches trimmed to make it look more beautiful. Still, we can pick the heart appropriately additionally, promote the formation of branches.