Peperomia Piccolo Banda is distinguished by its thick, pale silvery-green leaves with dark green, sometimes purple tinged, heavy veining running in multiple bands down their length. Stems are a fleshy, succulent red. Green spikes of tiny flowers appear on long, thin, red stalks and waft tantalisingly above the plant. Definitely an eye-catching crowd pleaser.
Radiator Plants are very much on trend, they are easy to look after and look great displayed on desks or small tables. They adapt well to low light levels, making them great for the office or a shady corner.
Please note: the stems and leaves on this plant are very fragile and despite our best efforts some may be lost during transit.
Brighter isn't always better! If the light is too bright, the deep green coloured foliage will fade. Move to a more shaded location to maintain bold markings.
Keep it together! If this patterned plant has grown too long and leggy, distorting its compact shape, it is reaching for the sunlight. Try moving to a brighter location.
How much is too much? Peperomia plants are sensitive to overwatering. Too wet and it will rot, too dry and it will die. When the soil has nearly dried out, give it a little drink.
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