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GrowKaro Air Purifying Live Pepromia Green Indoor Plant with Blue Metal Pot | Plant for Decorating Home | Office | Garden | Office Desk | Balcony | Kitchen Decor ( 3 Inch Pot )

Price: ₹1,099.00 - ₹399.00
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Peperomia (radiator plant) is one of the two large genera of the family Piperaceae. Most of them are compact, small perennial epiphytes growing on rotten wood. More than 1500 species have been recorded, occurring in all tropical and subtropical regions of the world, though concentrated in Central America and northern South America. A limited number of species (around 17) are found in Africa. These plants can be propagated by seeds, by cuttings, or by dividing. Peperomia cuttings root easily. Plants can be divided and repotted. They are removed and separated into smaller pieces, each with a few roots attached. Leaf or stem cuttings can also be taken in the spring or summer. The lower leaves of the shoots are removed and a cut is made below the bottom node (joint). They are then laid on a bench for an hour or two to allow a protective callus tissue to form over the cuts. They are then inserted in a propagating case with bottom heat of 21–24 °C (70–75 °F). It is best not to seal the top completely, as the plants are semi-succulent in nature and excessive humidity is detrimental. When enough roots have formed, cuttings can be planted in 75 mm (3 in) pots or in hanging baskets.

Peperomia pellucida grows in dappled shade in the native range.
The ideal temperatures range from 65 to 80 degrees.
The roots of the peperomia pellucida are small and don’t run deep.
Peperomia pellucida prefers a light, airy soil but also one that retains moisture.


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