Peperomia Incana is a slow-growing fuzzy peperomia that thrives in bright direct and indirect sunlight. Incana grows velvety heart-shaped leaves along heavy stems that store water, similar to plants in the succulent family. The fine hairs that cover the leaves and stem protect it from sun damage, and also give it a felted appearance.
This plant is tolerant of underwatering, but over watering will cause the plant to drop leaves. Leaves will get thin and flexible when this plant is thirsty; do not water unless the leaves indicate it needs water.
4" tropical indoor houseplant
Grown in Timmins
Pro-Mix, chunky orchid bark, & perlite soil mixture - repot in 2-3 years. This plant likes to be root bound.