Peperomia Red Luna

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Red Luna is an eye catcher with heart-shaped, deep purplish-crimson leaves 3-4cm in length and deeply impressed main veins.  Sometimes known as the ‘Radiator Plant’.  Enjoys bright but indirect light.  Apply a dilute feed when actively growing in spring/summer.  Water sparingly in winter. 

Peperomia Red Luna is native to Central and South America. This variety is commonly called Red Luna. It has heart-shaped, deep rippled or corrugated deep red/maroon leaves.  The Red Luna grows well in bright indirect light.

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♦ Height: Approx. 25 cm
♦ Origin: Native to Florida, Mexico and the Caribbean
♦ Family: Piperaceae.
♦ Common Name: Red Luna.
♦ Flower Color: White 
♦ Drought Tolerance: Medium
♦ Salinity Tolerance: Low
♦ Sun Tolerance: Medium.
♦ Wind Tolerance: Low
♦ Water-Logg Tolerance: The peperomia has succulent leaves that indicate that these plants don’t need frequent watering to maintain vigor. Allow the surface of the soil to dry out between watering’s.
♦ Fertilizer: When it comes to fertilizing peperomia plants, less is more. Discolored or dropping leaves are usually a sign of inadequate light or excessive watering, not poor nutrition.
♦ pH Level: Basic
♦ Pest Tolerance: Medium
♦ Disease Tolerance: Medium
♦ Growth Rate: Slow
♦ Fragrance: No

* Product photo shown is for reference only. Actual plant color, type, size, and arrangement may differ from the photo.

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