The next round of plants will be available sometime around the end of May, possibly beginning of June.
With vibrant red stems and green foliage streaked with grey, it's hard not to love this little Peperomia. Commonly referred to as the Watermelon Peperomia, this guy couldn't be easier to care for! Place it in a spot that receives bright, indirect light (a few feet away from a window), and only water it once the soil dries out.
Our Peperomia pro tip is to use the stem color as an indicator for how much light the plant is receiving. If the stems are green, it's not getting sufficient light. Move it to a spot with a bit more and wait a few weeks. If the stems don't turn red, it's still not getting enough. If the stems begin to turn red, leave it! You have found the perfect spot.
Pots are a mix of variegated and non-variegated plants.