Peperomia Angulata

From: Flowers & Plants Co.

Originally from South America, the Peperomia Angulata (sometimes called Radiator Plants) is a beautiful hanging plant with light green leaves and attractive lighter green stripes on creeping stems. The red stems add further interest and the plant looks fantastic left to creep along a shelf or trail from a hanging planter. It has a compact, spreading nature and is particularly suited to growing in low or fluorescent light, making it perfect for offices and shady spots. They are fairly slow growing plants, so you watch them creep along your room for the years to come. Light and Water Peperomia Angulata are fine in moderate light conditions and will tolerate shade. Avoid direct sunlight. They do well under fluorescent lights, making them ideal for the office or basement flat. Water when the soil has almost dried out, Radiator Plants don’t like to be over-watered. Water from below by placing the plant in a dish or pool of water until full saturated. Water is stored in the leaves making these plants drought resistant. Peperomia enjoy raised humidity levels but most of the time they do just fine in normal household conditions.