Peperomia quadrangularis Plant Care and Instruction
Peperomia quadrangularis needs indirect light exposure to avoid direct sun. They do not resist temperatures below 10 ºC. The soil can be a commercial substrate for peaty houseplants. In case of transplantation, it is recommended to do it in spring. Water with lime-free water regularly waiting for the substrate to be almost dry. The ambient humidity should be 50-60%; spray the leaves periodically with lime-free water in summer. Fertilize with mineral houseplant fertilizer in early spring and early summer. They do not need pruning. They are quite resistant plants to the usual pests and diseases but sensitive to drafts and sudden changes in temperature. They are propagated by stem cuttings in spring or early summer.
Light – Indirect light
Place – Indoors
Water – Regulary
Fertilizer – In early spring and early summer
Temperature – Below 10 ºC