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10 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
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Peperomia 'Hope' Overview
Peperomia tetraphylla is a succulent, evergreen perennial plant in the Piperaceae family. In its natural habit, this perennial epiphyte can be found crawling through rock crevices, rotten logs, trees and forest floors. The small, round leaves are thick and coloured light green, with attractive, delicate striping across the surface. The leaves are produced on soft, long stems that intertwine attractively and this plant has a lovely trailing habit. It was bred from a cross between the species Peperomia quadrifolia and Peperomia deppeana and is commonly known by the commercial name Peperomia 'Hope'.
Common problems with Peperomia 'Hope'
Generally pest & disease free.
How to harvest Peperomia 'Hope'
Generally not harvested.
How to propagate Peperomia 'Hope'
Take tip, leaf or stem cuttings in either Spring or Autumn. Check out Roosie's article on Propagating Succulents From Leaves for a step by step guide.