This image is only for reference.
Most Peperomia species can be relatively easily propagated from leaf cuttings, similar to the way African violets are propagated. Remove large leaves with their stalks (petioles) and bury in seedling starting soil. Use of a rooting hormone can increase odds of success. Place the cutting in a warm, bright place until new growth emerges.
|Sunlight||Peperomia do well in light to moderate light, such as found in a northern or east-facing window. They can be easily grown under fluorescent lights.|
|Watering||Keep the soil moist during the growing season and provide relatively high humidity through spraying or by setting the pot in a gravel tray.|
|Soil||A loose, well-drained, very rich potting mix.|
|Temperature||Average. Peperomia do well in the relatively cool environment of most homes (although they dislike the dry). 65 degrees F to 75 degrees F.|
|Fertilizer||Use any organic fertilizer.|