Peperomia hope has beautiful leaves that are lengthy soft stems produce many small rounded leaves along the stems.
Bright light without direct sunlight is best suited. A small amount of morning or evening sun won't harm, but midday sun could scorch the leaves and harm the plant. South, east or west facing areas are best suited and check if the plant needs to sit further back from the window.
Overwatering is the worst offender for most Peperomias including this species. This is because of its succulent nature and small roots . Allow the soil to become dry then water thoroughly. During the winter reduce watering to a minimum. Better too little than too much.
The trailing jade Peperomia is not a troublesome plant, although overwatering and cold conditions may cause serious harm including plant rot. Sudden drops in temperature or cold drafts can also cause problems. There is no known major issue with pests.
If its not growing very well, lack of light could be the problem.
Safe for cats and dogs.
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