Also known as Peperomia clusiifolia jelly, Peperomia clusiifolia red margin, and Peperomia clusiifolia red edge, it has jelly-like leaves with various shades of green. It also has dramatic pink or red coloring along its edges
Peperomia clusiifolia shows its most vibrant colors when it receives sufficient light. While it will survive in shady conditions, it prefers indirect bright to moderate light.
As with all succulents and semi-succulents, Peperomia clusiifolia stores water in its leaves. Because of this feature, overwatering can quickly cause it to rot. Allow the soil to almost completely dry between waterings.
All Peperomia clusiifolia need soil that is light and airy. You can use cactus soil, or a 50/50 mixture of potting soil and sand. Add coconut coir for extra airflow around the roots. It also needs a soil rich with nutrients, so fortify it with a little peat compost.
Normal room temperature (around 68 degrees Fahrenheit or 20 degrees Celsius) is perfect for your Peperomia clusiifolia. As a tropical plant, it can withstand warmer temperatures better than cooler ones.
Division and cutting methods are both effective methods if you’re wondering how to propagate Peperomia clusiifolia. The division method is simple: divide the root ball into two parts and replant each half in a different container.
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