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Peperomia clusiifolia 'Jelly' in hanging dip glaze pot
Peperomia clusiifolia 'Jelly' in hanging dip glaze pot
Peperomia clusiifolia 'Jelly' in hanging dip glaze pot
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Peperomia clusiifolia 'Jelly' (radiator plant)

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An easy to grow houseplant which stores water in its thick stems making it comfortable with a bit of neglect. This variety also known as a 'radiator plant' has a wonderful leaf variegation with pink blushes making it a real eye-catcher. The more sun it gets the more pink its leaves will turn.

Please note, the planter is not included in the price.

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Watering

Water regularly during warmer months but allow the soil to dry out between each watering and make sure the roots are never sitting in water for a prolonged period. Water less frequently during colder months.

Light requirements 

Requires several hours of direct sun per day. Make sure the plant is close to a bright window, especially during winter months. A lack of light can lead to leggy stems / low growth rate / loss of leaves.

Care tips

  • Avoid placing the planter next to radiators or draughty windows
  • Carefully wipe the leaves from time-to-time to remove any dust
  • Prune out any brown leaves or stems by cutting as close to the next stem or the base of the plant as possible
  • Use some fertiliser during warmer months i.e. April to September (little and often is best for consistent growth)

For more detailed plant care instructions, check out our guide: https://www.underleaf-plants.com/pages/plant-care-101

Dimensions

Pot size: 12cm / Height: 15cm

Origin

Native to tropical regions of South America, including parts of Colombia and Peru

Toxicity

Considered non-toxic to cats, dogs, other pets and humans


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