Questions tagged [peperomia]

Use when the question is about a plant of the Peperomia genus. These species generally have thick, stout stems and fleshy leaves, sometimes with epidermal windows. Peperomia flowers typically come in yellow to brown conical spikes and are grown for their ornamental foliage. They are mostly natives of tropical America. They are compact and usually do not exceed 12 inches (30 cm) in height. See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peperomia

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What are the white nodules on my Peperomia Polybotrya, near where the leaves fell off?

I'm very new to indoor plants so thought I would ask some more experienced indoor gardeners as I am coming up empty after a few weeks of Google searching. I've had these small white nodules appear on ...
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Bending peperomia red margin

My peperomia is bending, it's a red margin. The only stem that's bending is the tallest one. As it's one of my favourites so I'm fearing it's about to die... Had some flies on it recently, but I ...
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Does anyone know what is happening/happened to my Peperomia Obtusifolia?

I recently got this Peperomia Obtusifolia as a gift last week, and am wondering what these brown tips are. they are only on the underside of the leaves, and only some leaves have them. I am keeping ...
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Please help identify

I purchased this mini plant in GA over the weekend in a Pikes Nursery. It is only labeled as a Peperomia species pixie plant. I have looked ALL over the internet and cannot seem to identify this cutie....
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Brown patches on underside Peperomia leaves

Have had a couple of these plants for 6 months now and they have started to develop brown patches on the underside of their leaves. They start small and slowly spread, with the upper side of the leaf ...
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Peperomia Albotittata loosing leaves and drying up from the support out and falling off still green

My Peperomia (which I believe I correctly identified as Peperomia albovittata, but I might stand corrected) has lost 50% of its leafage over the last 8 months. At first it had no troubles at all, ...
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