- Let’s start with the basics: bright indirect light, water once the soil dries out, average to low humidity levels required. Just like other Peperomias, this one is also succulent-like and doesn’t like being too moist.
- It’s important to note, as the leaves are exposed to more bright indirect light, they will turn more red-brown/red-orange, not so red though that it’s confused with a Peperomia Schumi Red.
- This plant was actually discovered in 2015 as a natural mutation of Peperomia caperata ‘Red Luna.’
- Quito is pet-friendly and easy-care, making it a perfect houseplant for just about anyone.
- If a leaf snaps off, just stick it some water! Peperomias are super easy to propagate in H2O and look beautiful in glass jars or vases as decoration.
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