Peperomia nitida 'Scandens'
4 inch pot
Peperomia nitida is more commonly referred to as Peperomia ‘Scandens’, Cupid Peperomia, False-Philodendron, or Piper Peperomia. Sometimes called False-Philodendron, for its heart shaped leaves similar to Philodendron hederaceum. Peperomia nitida has a shrubby, yet vine-like growth habit. Its thick, glossy green leaves trail along succulent-like stems that blush with red accents. Peperomia are easy to propagate and are generally grown for their foliage. These plants flower with a long spike covered in hundreds of tiny flowers, capturing the hearts of plant lovers everywhere.
Light: bright, indirect light 6-10 hours a day
Water: when fully dry
Fertilizer: regularly through the growing season March to November
Potting medium: well drained; suggest Potted Elephant’s Indoor Potting Mix
Habit: growth will cascade over the pot; also makes for an interesting hanging basket