Peperomia Rotundifolia “Hope” (Trailing Jade Plant)
- Plant Care
Peperomia rotundifolia, also known as jade necklace, trailing jade, creeping buttons and round leaf Peperomia, is a trailing plant species of peperomia native to the tropical rainforest of South America. There are well over a 1000 Peperomia species that this plant belongs to and this one is quite different in appearance than others, but also has its similarities in terms of growth habit and succulent type leaves.
These look great with other Peperomia varieties as part of a collection, and they group together well. Lengthy soft stems produce many small rounded leaves along the stems that may intertwine and weave in and out of each other. The near round leaves are quite thick and soft succulent, like other Peperomias. On close inspection, lighter green veins are noticeable within the darker green leaves.
Bright light without direct sunlight is best suited.Overwatering is the worst offender for most Peperomias including this species. This is because of its succulent nature and small roots. Allow the soil to become dry then water thoroughly.A peat based soil is best used that drains well.18 - 25°CThis plant actually benefits from the use of fertilizer. It’s a good idea to apply diluted fertilizers throughout the growing season.
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