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4" Peperomia tetragona "Parallel"


Formerly classified as Peperomia puteolata, and also by the common name "Stilt Peperomia", this strikingly-striped peperomia has a different growth habit than most of the others. This unique peperomia produces long shoots which will then form a rosette of new leaves that make the tall shoot top-heavy, causing the newly formed leaves to lean over onto a nearby growing surface where it would root and then begin the process all over again!


General Peperomia Care Tips:

Light: Bright indirect light.

Water: Allow soil to mostly dry before giving it a deep watering. Most peperomias do not like soggy soil, or drying out too much.