Peperomia Red Log
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10 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
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Peperomia Red Log Overview
Peperomia verticillata is an attractive evergreen perennial from the Piperaceae family. This plant originates from the Caribbean, it is tender and won't cope with freezing weather. It is a popular succulent houseplant that produces narrow, lance-shaped, textured leaves. Sometimes sold as Peperomia Red Log, this name references the vivid red undersides of the succulent leaves. It is relatively slow-growing but highly attractive, small white flowers may appear from spring, arranged on stems above the foliage.
How to harvest Peperomia Red Log
Generally not harvested.
How to propagate Peperomia Red Log
You can propagate by division, seed, leaf or stem cuttings in spring or summer.
Special features of Peperomia Red Log
Some varieties of Peperomia make good hanging plant specimens and nice additions as small bathroom plants.
Other uses of Peperomia Red Log
Grown for their ornamental foliage.