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Tutik

Peperomia caperata 'Rosso'

  • Season Icon Mid SummerMid Summer 2018
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Tutik

always a pleasure seeing #babyleaf , an indication that the plant is healthy #pepperomiarosso #hdbgardening

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kez001uk

Stunning dark foliage 🖤 the new growth sets it off even better

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Tutik

thanks @Kerry. they are poetry as they grow, and I got lucky I saw today and snapped it. :)

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  • Season Icon Mid SummerMid Summer 2018
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Tutik

#pepperomiarosso #topview #hdbgardening

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Scratchycat13

Your photography’s making me want to get a Rosso of my own! 🙌🏼🙌🏼

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Tutik

Charmaine, it surely would be a lovely addition to your awesome collection! 😉

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gjones

Love this plant!

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  • Season Icon Early SummerEarly Summer 2018
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Tutik

be brave to myself, i will overcome my peperomiaphobia. #pepperomiarosso #pepperomiarosa #radiatorplant #littlefantasypepper #greenripplepepper

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gjones

I really like these!

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Scratchycat13

Haha, that is good and I’m stealing it off you!! Coz I chronically suffer that condition too. 😂 this pot looks amazingly lush and healthy though! Sending good green vibes your way :)

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Tutik

Thanks GJ and Charmaine. My basil instincts tell me that i should cut-off the flowers, which I did btw. I'm not sure though if it helps, I hope i'm not harming it, i'm worried such actions might end up in vain again :)

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Scratchycat13

Hey Glen, from what I know, it doesn’t make much of a difference. It’s getting the light and watering down pat. For plants with succulent stems, I tend to wait till soil’s barely damp (or top 50% of soil dries) before watering again. But as I’ve mentioned, am def not an expert 😂

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Tutik

Charmaine, thanks for your info, will keep in mind. It's still shooting up more flowers, so I don't need to bother. 😉

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