Peperomia – Ginny

Growing Zones in Ground: 8 - 11 / in Pots: 4 - 11

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This pink-tinged Peperomia is extremely popular as a houseplant because it is so easy to take care of. Ideal for decorating small spaces, and tolerant of most conditions, the Peperomia- Ginny is a great plant for novice gardeners. Due to its compact size and dainty leaves, it stands out on tables and other surfaces, and can also be grown in dish gardens.


Although it looks succulent-like, it requires high humidity and moisture. During its growing season in spring, it should be fertilized once every two weeks.

What’s Included

  • A healthy plant in its pot with soil
  • All the tips and tricks for plant care

Please Note: The pot shown in the pictures may be for inspiration purposes only and does not mean the plant will come with the pot pictured. All plants are shipped in a plastic grower pot unless otherwise stated/chosen.

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Plant Facts

Lighting Requirements

Peperomia are very tolerant of a range of lighting conditions, from low light to bright indirect light. Avoid exposure to direct sunlight, as this could damage your plant.

Watering Needs

You can water your Peperomia sparingly, allowing the tops few inches of soil to dry out between waterings. If your plant is wilting despite having enough water, you may want to switch soils. Peperomia like a coarse, gravelly soil that allows the roots to receive air.


Peperomia are tolerant of lower humidity environments but will thrive with an occasional misting or in close proximity to a pebble tray filled with water.

Temperature Preferences

Peperomia do well in a temperature range from 65 degrees to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Avoid exposure to cool drafts that could damage the plant.


Fertilize every other week during the spring or summer with diluted or half-strength fertilizer. You can forgo fertilizing during the winter.


Yes, Peperomia are non-toxic! You can feel safe having these plants around your pets.

Extra Care

If you lose a leaf, consider propagating it! Peperomia propagates easily if you place the broken leaf on top of the soil in a warm area. It may help to mist the cutting occasionally. Once you see some root growth, insert the rooted section into the soil and water normally.