Peperomia obtusifolia “Lemon Lime” is a unique rare houseplant. It is typically called Lemon Lime Peperomia because of its vibrant lime green variegation.
Care Information and Instructions
They prefer prefer bright natural light. Direct Sun Burns the leaves on this plant, and gives it an unsightly appearance.
Water this plant when the soil is dry down to a depth of 1.5-2”. Depending on the soil it is in, it is likely it will need water every 7-14 days.
Soil: Typical potting soils are excellent for this plant. A little perlite added in never hurts either(most potting mixes should already have perlite, but check the label just to be sure).
Begonias like bright indirect light but no direct sun. Sufficient light helps the leaves and flowers develop a more intense color. Insufficient light causes the plant to become leggy and prevents flowering. When light is too intense, the edges of the leaves of Begonia curl and turn brown. very swift death will happen to this plant if it sees temperatures below freezing!
Don’t overwater your begonias! Let the soil dry out almost completely between waterings. An underwatered begonia can be revived by a good drink but over watering can lead to more serious fungal issues or root rot. During winter, when the plant isn’t in an active growing phase you should reduce watering frequency even more.
As with all plants, drainage is essential. Ensure that whatever vessel your plant is in, there are sufficient holes in the bottom to allow excess water to freely drain from the pot and away from the plant’s roots.