Two Peperomia Caperata Plants in a textured pots. Peperomia caperata is indeed easy to grow. It can be propagated through leaf or stem tip cuttings during the spring season. This houseplant is tolerant of indoor conditions and thrives in medium light, such as sunlight filtered through a thin curtain. The ideal soil should allow for drying between waterings and have medium to low relative humidity.
Here are some key care tips for Peperomia caperata:
Place the plant in medium to bright indirect light, although it can tolerate low light conditions.
Use a well-draining soil mix that is consistently moist but not waterlogged.
It produces flowers on tall, thin spikes during the spring and summer.
Peperomia caperata prefers warm temperatures and appreciates average to high humidity levels.