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Peperomia polybotrya, also known as Coin-Leaf Peperomia or Raindrop Peperomia, is a delightful addition to your houseplant collection. The glossy green, thick, heart-shaped leaves are beautiful and the plant remains pretty compact so it is great for smaller spaces!
Native to Colombia and Peru, this upright grower doesn’t get much larger than about 12-15 inches or so, so it can work for any space!
Raindrop Peperomia prefers the ubiquitous “bright indirect light” and warm temperatures (try not to go below 60F). That being said, indoors I give my plant a little bit of direct sun. Your plant will be happy in an Eastern exposure window where it receives gentler morning sunshine.
Use an all-purpose houseplant fertilizer throughout the growing season, but refrain from fertilizing during the winter months when growth either slows down or comes to a halt.
I personally use Dyna-Gro Grow for most of my houseplants. It is an incredible, complete premium fertilizer that contains all the macro and micro nutrients for plant growth.
I simply add 1/4-1/2 teaspoon per gallon of water and use every time I water. I prefer this method (dilute strength with every watering) because I don’t have to remember when I last fertilized.
I’ve achieved amazing growth using Dyna-Gro Grow and highly recommend it!
Allow your plant’s soil to dry out pretty well before watering again. In fact, let it go almost completely dry, and then water thoroughly.
Make sure your pot has a drainage hole and always allow excess water to drain away. Never let your plant sit in water or you will increase chances of your plant rotting.
The thick, fleshy leaves store a good amount of moisture, so it is important that your soil dries out almost completely. Allow at least the top half of the soil to dry out before thinking about watering again.
That being said, don’t wait forever after the soil has completely dried out. If you hold off watering for too long, the lower leaves will yellow and your plant will get leggy.
Having an extremely well drained soil is crucial for this plant. Some plants are forgiving when it comes to soil, but this one is not
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