Belle's Green House
The Peperomia Ginny plant originates from South America’s rainforests, where it grows beneath the trees’ towering canopy. The Peperomia Ginny is known for its beautiful leaves. The plants have a deep green center with a pink or red edge that gives way to creamy variegation. The leaves are thick and succulent-like, though the plant is not a succulent plant. Peperomia Ginny is one of the newer Peperomia varieties on the market and easily adapts to life in the home. It features beautiful foliage and the easy care of the peperomia.
Light: Ginny grows best in bright light and even in moderate light. However, avoid placing it under direct sunlight as this could damage the foliage. The Peperomia plant tolerates lower light and also adapts well to fluorescent lighting. Bright indirect light is best.
Watering: These small houseplants prefer thorough watering. Allow the soil to completely dry out between watering. They are also drought-tolerant since their fleshy leaves and stems hold water. These indoor plants don’t require much feeding. However, feed the plants during summer or spring for quicker growth. Use a fertilizer for made for houseplants.
The delicate leaves and small size of this plant make it perfect for dish gardens, hanging baskets, and desktops. They also look great as groundcovers. Since they rarely overshadow or overtake neighboring plants, they may be planted with a variety of outdoor and indoor plants.