Variegated Peperomia

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

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Size potted-in Add Gift Wrap Price Est Arrival
Medium Grower Pot Yes $49.95 04/03
Medium Grower Pot No $39.95 04/03

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A regular feature on many popular houseplants lists, the Variegated Peperomia (or Variegated Baby Rubber Plant) is often a favorite because of its attractive, ornamental foliage. This low-maintenance plant is a great option for houseplant enthusiasts at any level.


The Peperomia prefers bright light and requires soil to be drained between waterings. The large leaves also tend to accumulate dust so a light watering or dusting once a week is beneficial

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.

The plants shipped may be smaller than in the image as the potted plant here is a mature plant.

Plant Facts

Lighting Requirements

Variegated Peperomia prefers to be positioned in bright, indirect light. Though they are technically a member of the Succulent family, exposure to direct sunlight should be avoided as it can burn the leaves. Be sure to rotate your Variegated Peperomis frequently to avoid lopsided growth towards the sun.

Watering Needs

Water roughly once a week, or after the top few inches of soil have dried out. Water your Variegated Peperomia thoroughly but be sure to avoid any standing water that may cause root rot. In higher light or warmer conditions, water more frequently.


Your Variegated Peperomia enjoys higher humidity, especially in the summer months. The Variegated Peperomia can be placed in a tray of pebbles and water to increase the ambient humidity.

Temperature Preferences

Variegated Peperomia are happy in an average household temperature range, from 65-80 degrees Fahrenheit. Avoid placing it next to heat vents in the winter, this could cause the leaves to droop.


Variegated Peperomia do not require heavy fertilization. and can go it’s whole life without any supplemental fertilizer.


Your Variegated Peperomia is harmless for pets unless ingested in very large quantities, which could cause vomiting and irritation.

Extra Care

Variegated Peperomia can be susceptible to damage from the fluoride and chlorine in tap water. If you notice your plant leaves spotting, try using filtered water or leave the tap water out overnight to remove some of the chemicals.