Peperomia Prostrata “String of Turtles”
- Plant Care
The string of turtles plant (peperomia prostrata), is a succulent native to the Brazilian rainforest. It’s important to note that this succulent is also called ‘magic marmer’. It has very aesthetic leaves and is usually best placed inside hanging pots, though not exclusively.
There are different places where we can place the string of turtles plant (peperomia prostrata). It’s an ideal plant for hanging pots, dish gardens, desks, terrariums, amongst many others. This succulent is actually not invasive. It certainly likes to spread a little, and has a very full look, when healthy. It’s also in many ways a hanging succulent, in that it does trail quite a bit.
Bright light does wonders for this plant. it’s a good idea to either place it next to windows or to use fluorescent lights.This succulent does like humidity and some moistness. It doesn’t like overwatering though, and in that regard it’s very much like other succulents.When it comes to the soil, the string of turtles plant (peperomia prostrata) needs to have a well-draining mix.18 - 25°CThis plant actually benefits from the use of fertilizer. It’s a good idea to apply diluted fertilizers throughout the growing season.
The image shown is for reference purpose only. The actual product may vary in shape or appearance based on climate, age, height etc. and Plants will be delivered in plastic pots unless different Pot options are selected by the customer explicitly.
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