Peperomia Prostrata is an unusual succulent-type creeping peperomia, with vines that will grow several feet long in the right conditions. The pattern on the flat, round, leaves resembles the shell patterns on turtles, giving this peperomia the common name "String of Turtles".
String of Turtles loves bright, indirect sunlight and higher humidity. It is forgiving of underwatering, and grows best if the soil is allowed to dry almost completely between watering. The delicate vines break easily, however can be re-rooted if pinned down on moist soil.
4" tropical indoor houseplant
Grown in Timmins
Pro-Mix, chunky orchid bark, & perlite soil mixture - do not repot for several years. This plant has delicate roots and does not like to be disturbed.