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Peperomia Clusiifolia Jelly Pink

Peperomia Clusiifolia Jelly Pink
Peperomia Clusiifolia Jelly Pink
Peperomia Clusiifolias also goes by ‘Jelly’ due to their jelly-like leaves and the soft pink colorings on the tips of their foliage. Although they don’t look like other species they are a member of the Peperomia family and many of their care needs are similar to that of their relatives. A Peperomia native to Jamaica whose leaf margins are tinged with red. This red coloring is particularly striking on variegated forms. If you are looking for something a little different, then this little gem is the one for you. Radiator Plants are very much on trend, they are easy to look after and look great displayed on small tables and shelves. They may produce spikes of green-white flowers.
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Peperomia Clusiifolias also goes by ‘Jelly’ due to their jelly-like leaves and the soft pink colorings on the tips of their foliage. Although they don’t look like other species they are a member of the Peperomia family and many of their care needs are similar to that of their relatives. A Peperomia native to Jamaica whose leaf margins are tinged with red.  This red coloring is particularly striking on variegated forms. If you are looking for something a little different, then this little gem is the one for you. Radiator Plants are very much on trend, they are easy to look after and look great displayed on small tables and shelves. They may produce spikes of green-white flowers.

Care Tips of Peperomia Clusiifolia

Light

Peperomia Clusiifolia will do well under bright to medium indirect lighting conditions. It’s better if they are kept out of direct sunlight though if you live in a region that receives little sunlight then they will be able to tolerate direct light. They will also do well under low light and even fluorescent lighting.

Watering

Just like many other species of Peperomia plant the Peperomia Clusiifolia is a plant that doesn’t want to be watered too often. If you overwater this plant it can fall victim to root rot which can eventually kill it. A major sign of this is that the leaves will become squishy, then they can turn black and fall off. Instead, you want to let the soil dry out between waterings. If you find this difficult to gauge then try using a moisture probe. Stick the probes into the soil and when the dial reads 1, 2, or 3 then it’s time to give your plant a drink.

Humidity

Peperomia Clusiifolia will benefit from medium to high levels of humidity but tend to do well under most household conditions. One thing to avoid is keeping them near radiators as they can cause the air around the plant to dry out too much. If you don’t have a humidifier but you want to increase the humidity levels for your plant then try sitting your plant on top of a pebble tray. This creates a microclimate where the water rises and increases the humidity around your plant.

Soil

As these plants don’t like to sit in water it’s important that you use well-draining soil to avoid water clogging. Try mixing regular potting soil with cactus soil and perlite. This should give you a light airy potting mix that avoids trapping too much water.

Temperature

These plants prefer to be kept at a relatively consistent temperature year-round, they like to be kept around 20°C give or take 6°C, they can tolerate higher temperatures as long as the air doesn’t become too dry but if the temperature drops too low this Peperomia will suffer. This is also a plant that doesn’t like to be kept near droughts.

Propagation

Propagation is easy enough with this plant just as it is with many other species of Peperomia. You can take either a leaf or a stem cutting and place it in water or directly into the soil. If you place the cutting in the water you’ll be able to watch the roots grow, once the roots are established plant it directly into the recommended potting mix. If you’re taking cuttings of this plant we would recommend taking several for the best chance of success as not all of the cuttings always take.

Fertiliser

Your Peperomia Clusiifolia only needs to be fertilized during the growing seasons. Use a half-strength fertilizer no more than every two weeks during the spring and summer.

Toxicity

 Non-toxic. Always keep plants out of reach of pets and children.

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