Peperomia Yabucoana Care
During the summer mist the leaves. As the plant does prefer high humidity, grouping it together with other plants is a good idea. This will increase humidity within the area. If dry air problems occur - make efforts to improve the humidity, but most will be fine with normal indoor humidity levels.
Peperomia Yabucoana plants grow well in the bright, indirect light provided by a west or east-facing window. These plants even grow under fluorescent lights. Insufficient light causes the slow growing Peperomia Yabucoana plant to stop growing all together. Direct sunlight burns the leaves.
Use a well-aerated potting soil that drains quickly.
Your Peperomia Yabucoana prefers temperatures between 55-80 degrees during the day and should not get colder than 55 degrees at night.
Water thoroughly when the top inch to two inches of soil is dry to the touch. Allow the soil to dry out a bit between waterings. Always keep an eye on your plant if the leaves droop or feel a bit thin, it may also be time to water.
During spring - while the plant is growing use a diluted liquid fertilizer once every 2 weeks, and once a month during summer. No feeding is required from autumn to spring
Peperomia Yabucoana plants are easily propagated from leaf cuttings, stem tip cuttings, and plant division.