Peperomia Peperomias are a diverse group of small houseplants with waxy and often highly textured leaves. Red-edge peperomia (pictured) has a narrow band of red surrounding a wide creamy leaf margin. Other peperomias we love include ripple peperomia, watermelon peperomia, baby rubber plant, and silverleaf peperomia. Growing Conditions: Low to medium light; 60-75 House Plants, Peperomiaindoor Plants, Households Plants, Easiest Houseplant, Offices Plants, Houses Plants, Gardens, Indoor Plants Low Lights, Indoor Low Lights Plants
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Peperomia An easy-care houseplant with a great texture, silverleaf peperomia (Peperomia griseoargentea) has metallic silvery-green leaves with a unique rippling. It tolerates low light, but thrives in medium to bright spots. It grows about 8 inches tall.
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Fiddleleaf Fig Fiddleleaf fig is a beautiful tree that gets its common name comes from the violin-shape outline of its leathery, deep green leaves. It tolerates low light well, though it may lose its lower leaves in dim spots. If your fiddleleaf fig grows too tall, prune stems back to the desired height, or start a new plant by air layering elongated shoots. Why We Love It:
Watermelon Peperomia | There are lots of Peperomia varieties, but we love this watermelon type because of the almost silver shimmer you can see in the leaves," says Helmick. The glossy leaves hold a lot of moisture, so water once every seven to nine days. This plant can thrive anywhere from part shade to bright light.
Dieffenbachia: Low to medium light 60-80 degres ,keep evenly moist. grows to 6feet tall and 3 feet wide. NOTE: All parts of this plant are poisonous and can cause severe irritation of the lips,tongue,and throat if eaten or chewed by pets or children*************** >>>ew328**************