How to Care for a Peperomia Hope
Light: Peperomia Hope does well in medium to bright indirect sunlight. They can tolerate lower and indirect light, but they are not suited for direct sun. Do not let sun hit the leaves directly.
Water: A Peperomia Hope should dry out between waterings. Once a week is normally fine, but checking the soil is best. If the top two inches of soil are dry, it's ready for water.
Humidity: Any humidity inside your home is great for a Peperomia Hope
Peperomia Hope Information
Peperomia Hope plants are gorgeous succulent plants with thick, round, petal-like leaves. The Peperomia Hope plant has trailing stems with leaves that are small, round, and thicker than many other Peperomia plants. This plant is a hybrid of Peperomia deppeana and Peperomia quadrifolia.
This plant is perfect for growing in a hanging basket. Like most tropical houseplants, they thrive in bright, indirect sunlight, well-draining soil, and can handle partially dry soil from time to time. The biggest problems are usually related to watering. They like steadily moist soil, but can be very sensitive to overwatering.