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Peperomia Plant Care

Peperomia’s are compact, low maintenance plants with round, thick glossy leaves. They make wonderful office desk plants and shelf fillers as they are compact and will only grow up to 30cms tall.

Position – Indoors in a bright well lit spot. Peperomia’s will tolerate low light.

peperomia in cement pot with gold

Sunlight – Keep out of direct sunlight.

Water – Allow the top few centimetres to dry out before watering. Peperomia’s do not like to be water logged.

Humidity – Will be tolerate most indoor temperatures.

Other Names – Baby Rubber Plant

Tip – For more compact, bushier plants, regularly pinch out the stem tips.

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Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum) Care Instructions

Peace Lily Care
Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum)

Position

Indoors in a warm spot away from direct sunlight. Peace Lily’s are suitable for darker rooms as they have the ability to handle low light.

Sunlight

Indirect light to dappled sun. Not suited for intense, direct sun.

Water

The Peace Lily needs regular watering. Keep soil moist at all times but not soaking. If it is in need of water the leaves will begin to droop slightly. Reduce the watering in the cooler months.

Humidity

Likes humidity. Keep in a warm environment.

Origin

Native in the tropical rainforests of Colombia and Venezuela.

Other Names

Spath

Tips

Regularly remove dead leaves and flowers.

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Calathea Plant Care

Position

Calathea in Grey Pot

Indoors in a bright well lit spot away from direct sunlight.

Sunlight

Indirect light to dappled sun. Not suited for intense, direct sun.

Water

Keep soil moist, not soaking especially during the summer months. During the cooler months, let the soil almost dry out before watering again.

Humidity

Likes humidity. Mist leaves every couple of weeks especially during dry conditions.

Origin

Calathea’s are native of South America.

Other Names

Peacock Plant, Zebra Plant or Rattlesnake Plant