Peperomia trifolia

(1 customer review)

$12.99

Peperomia trifolia has been called “Clover” for a long time. The small light green leaves resemble those of clover. It trails and branches heavily and makes a nice low mat on the soil surface. It would be excellent in a terrarium or vivarium. Or you can mix it with miniature plants in a dish garden.

Shade to partial shade, temp. 40 to 95 degrees, 2 to 3in. tall, allow getting slightly dry between waterings.

Family: Piperaceae

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Description

Peperomia trifolia, has been called “Clover” for a long time. The small light green leaves resemble those of clover. It trails and branches heavily and makes a nice low mat on the soil surface. It would be excellent in a terrarium or vivarium. Or you can mix it with miniature plants in a dish garden.

Shade to partial shade, temp. 40 to 95 degrees, 2 to 3in. tall, allow getting slightly dry between waterings.

Family: Piperaceae

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Additional information

Weight 1 lbs

1 review for Peperomia trifolia

  1. taylor.r.mcmullan (verified owner)

    A friend gifted me a very small and decorative pot, which gave me a great excuse to buy a new plant. To my surprise and delight, this plant was way too large for the pot! I’ll have to find a different plant and a different pot now. When the plant came in, a dozen or more leaves had dropped during shipping despite the careful packaging. This wasn’t the fault of the grower, just how the plant reacted to the experience. However, despite all the leaves lost in shipping and acclimation, the plant remained bushy as ever. It looked as if it hadn’t lost any leaves at all, it was still soo bushy! In less than a month it has put on new growth and has started to trail out of its nursery pot. I’m growing it in a low light north window and it’s doing well, putting on new growth, etc. The leaves have stopped dropping, so while it shed a lot initially, now that it’s acclimated I don’t think that shedding will be a long-term problem the way it is with some ferns. I’m very happy with my purchase.

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