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Peperomia 'Watermelon'

Peperomia 'Watermelon'

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The Peperomia 'Watermelon' is a delightful and popular houseplant, known for its strikingly patterned leaves that resemble the rind of a watermelon. Each leaf is marked with a mix of green and silver stripes, creating a vibrant and refreshing aesthetic. Exhibiting a compact and bushy growth habit, this plant is well-suited for small spaces, tabletops, or hanging baskets. At full maturity, the 'Watermelon' Peperomia typically reaches a height of about 1 foot.
    • Pet Safe / Nontoxic
    • Low Maintenance


    • Botanical: Peperomia argyreia
    • Common: Watermelon Peperomia Plant, Watermelon Leaf Peperomia Plant, Watermelon Begonia (although not a begonia), Radiator Plant


    • Light: Bright Indirect
    • Ideal Temperature: 65-75°F
    • Humidity: Medium
    • Water: When the top 2 inches of soil are dry
    • Fertilize: Once a month during the growing season with a balanced fertilizer diluted to half strength
    • Preferred Soil: Well-Draining Potting Mix


    • Peperomias prefers moderate humidity but is quite tolerant of a range.
    • Peperomias prefer bright, indirect light but can tolerate lower light conditions.
    • Easily propagated through leaf or stem cuttings.


    • Member of the Piperaceae family, commonly known as the pepper family, is a large family of flowering plants that includes over 3,600 species.
    • Peperomia plants are native to tropical and subtropical regions, including areas in Central and South America, Africa, and Asia.

    • The Peperomia Watermelon is a semi-succulent plant, which means it stores water in its leaves. This makes it a relatively drought-tolerant plant
    • "Peperomia" comes from the Latin word "piper", which means "pepper". This is because some Peperomia species have leaves that smell like pepper
    • Peperomia plants are often called "Radiator Plants" due to their ability to tolerate a wide range of indoor conditions.
    • They are known for their air-purifying qualities and can help remove pollutants from the air.


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