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Peperomia Orba is a popular ornamental houseplant with an interesting foliage that resembles a rosette. It belongs to the Piperaceae family.
Peperomia orba is a small houseplant which has been popular for quite some years now. The beautiful variegated foliage of this plant and its hassle-free nature makes it a much sought-after addition to the garden. These plants are sometimes succulents. They may have rosettes or might grow stems. Whatever their nature be, their minimalist beauty is accentuated if they are kept in colourful pots. These easy to grow plants are a great addition to your garden and can be used brilliantly to decorate your room.
These plants are easy to grow. They do not need much water or sunlight. Regular fertilizing and basic care is enough for the plant to flourish.
These plants grow slowly. Therefore, pruning is not necessary.
These little house-plants prefer shade to light. They grow well under partial sunlight. Even if the sunlight is bright, it should reach the plant indirectly.
The watering should be done moderately in summer and sparingly in winter. It should be made sure that the soil is moist but not soggy. It should be also seen that the soil is dry before the second round of watering. Misting can be done regularly if the room is overly dry.
The soil in which these plants are grown should be very organic and must have good drainage properties. Ideally, the soil should be sandy or loamy with pH range 5-7.5.
Peperomia Orba usually grows to a height of about 0.17 ft to 0.25 ft. The width of this plant is 0.25 ft to 0.33 ft.
The plants should be fertilized once a month with a balanced fertilizer.
These plants are bushy and may or may not have rosettes. The leaves are slightly hairy and grey-green in colour with a vertical, white stripe in the middle.
The flowers are green in colour and not much to look at. The flowers bloom in late summer.
These plants are used for ornamental purposes.