Peperomia Marble can add life to dark offices or corners of the home, as this easy-to-care-for houseplant prefers indirect or dappled sunlight and will survive under fluorescent lights. Peperomia Marble provides an attractive plant, with spoon-shaped, light-green variegated leaves. Peperomia will survive with minimal watering; it should be watered weekly, and the soil should be allowed to dry out completely between waterings. Peperomia Marble does prefer cooler temperatures and should be kept in an environment between 65 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Peperomia Marble remains small in size, regardless of pot size. They flourish when they are allowed to become slightly rootbound, so they should not be overpotted or transferred to a pot that is more than one size large than its current pot.
- Interesting, spoon-shaped leaves in variegated greens makes Peperomia Marble an interesting houseplant.
- Peperomia are known for being easy to care for, as they fair well with minimal watering.
- Keep potted Peperomia Marble in indirect or dappled sunlight; they will grow under fluorescent lights.
- Maintain a plant temperature between 65 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit.