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Peperomia 'Eden Rosso'

Family Name: Piperaceae
Synonyms: Peperomia 'Rosso'
Semi Shade Moderate Water Indoor Plant Ornamental Leaves Cool Environment Shrub


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Classifications and Characteristics

Plant Growth Form Shrub


Native Distribution Of horticultural origin
Preferred Climate Zone Sub-Tropical / Monsoonal

Description and Ethnobotany

Growth Form Succulent herb to 15cm tall
Foliage Leaves thick, succulent,  to 5cm long by 1.5cm wide, ovate, dark green above, venation distinct and deep set; under surface of leaves and petioles red. 
Flowers Inflorescence a spike 5-7cm long, greenish yellow. 
Cultivation This is a hybrid of  Peperomia mamorata x  metallica. The patented trade name for this hybrid is Peperomia 'Eden Rosso', but it is sold by many nurseries as Peperomia 'Rosso'. It has also been sold, erroneously, as Peperomia caperata 'Schumi Red', which is a plant with reddish purple, heart shaped leaves. 

Landscaping Features

Desirable Plant Features Ornamental Foliage, Ornamental Form
Plant & Rootzone Preference - Tolerance Well-Drained Soils, Low Humidity / Aircon
Landscape Uses Skyrise / Balcony, Interiorscape/ Indoor Plant, Container Planting

Plant Care and Propagation

Light Preference Semi-Shade
Water Preference Moderate Water
Planting Remarks This species prefers a cooler growing environment. Care must be taken not to allow the plants to sit in wet or soggy growing media as this will cause the succulent stems to rot 
Fertilizing Regular feeding with dilute liquid fertilizers is recommended
Pest(s) Sucking Insects
Propagation Method Division


Foliage Retention Evergreen
Mature Foliage Colour(s) Green, Red
Mature Foliage Texture(s) Smooth, Glossy / Shiny, Thick

Floral (Angiosperm)

Flower Colour(s) Cream / Off-White, Green, Yellow / Golden

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Master ID 32244
Species ID 6652
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Species record last updated on: 20 April 2020.