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Peperomia graveolens

$2.20 USD

Peperomia graveolens is a native to Ecuador. It belongs to the Piperaceae family. The common name of the plant is Glow Peperomia or Ruby Peperomia. The plant has an attractive V-shaped or canoed appearance. The foliage consists of red stems bearing windowed leaves. These are a sight to behold as they are transparent on the top and red on the underside. Ruby glow peperomia bears tiny, yellowish-white flowers during spring, the flowering season. Peperomia ruby glow prefers bright light but partial shade for best growth. It can grow up to 20 cm in height. This summer-dormant plant is not frost-hardy.

Growth Rate

Peperomia graveolens ruby glow is a slow-growing succulent.


Spring is the flowering season for ruby Peperomia graveolens. During this time, the plant is filled with tiny, yellowish-white flowers.


Offer regular water to the plant during the growing season. Ensure that the top soil is dry before watering. During the dormant season, reduce watering to a minimum. For top feed, use a fertilizer with the label “8-8-8 or 10-10-10 formula” for best results.


This plant needs a cactus potting mix that is well-draining. Add peat moss to improve drainage. For keeping the soil nutrient-rich, use organic compost.


The hardiness zone for the succulent is 9A. The plant is not frost-hardy.


This plant requires bright light and partial shade for the best growth.


The best way to propagate this succulent is via stem cuttings.

Peperomia graveolens gets its name from ‘peperi’, a Greek word that means peppers. This is because the plant foliage resembles the black pepper plant. Check out this amazing plant species on Planet Desert!

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