Peperomia sp. ‘Hope’ is the result of crossing and selecting Peperomia deppeana with Peperomia quadrifolia back in 2007. Since that time, this Peperomia has become quite a popular houseplant and sturdier than many other Peps on the market today—making it a most agreeable plant for the beginning plant lover. It debuts here on “365 Days of Plants” in the 335th spot.
In this video I’ll discuss where it is originally native to, where I’m growing it in my home, and basics like light, watering and fertilizing.
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Peperomia sp. ‘Hope’
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