Meet the easiest house plant around. Ginni sits happily in a window or any bright sunny or partly sunny indoor spot. The one that I have watched for over a year gets water maybe [if she is lucky] once a week. It has never had the privilege of any food. Hasn’t grown but hasn’t died either. Lost maybe a few leaves. Other than that she just sits there and smiles. You can use her in succulent combos or other combos that do not need much water. Outside in mild weather in the patio it looks great in a decorative pot. Frost tender of course.
This is one of the succulent type peperomias and doesn’t want to be over watered.
Outside in bright shade or inside in a sunny window (no direct sun outside.)
Feeding and Watering:
Water once every 2-3 weeks. Feed monthly or so.
No flowers but the foliage is a lovely shading of green and red.
Season(s) Carried at Weidners:
Varies, call first.
Container or ground?
The links below are to the instructions we give out at the nursery. This page contains additional and expanded information.