The Peperomia 'Napoli Lights’ is a compact hybrid plant crossed between two common Peperomia, Peperomia rosso and Peperomia peruvian. The almond leaves have the signature fleshy feel that Peperomias are known for. The gray-green leaves grow in a small mound giving it a unique appearance!
Grow Pot Size: 4” Overall Height Including Grow Pot: 6-8" Plant Care Level: Easy
Its semi-succulent leaves have a smooth rubber texture to them, adapted for holding water. They can be forgiving if you miss the occasional watering, as long as you don't make it a habit! Overall the Peperomia 'Napoli Lights’ is easy to care for!
Peperomia 'Napoli Lights’ Care Tips
How to care for information:
Leaves are easily marked when over touched or bumped. Careful to not overhandle the leaves and damage the unique pattern.
Always water the soil itself, not the plant. Water that sits on the leaves can cause rotting.
The Peperomia 'Napoli Nights’ Story
Where is it from? The Peperomia 'Napoli Nights’ origins are in South America!
Who is the Peperomia 'Napoli Nights’? The Peperomia 'Napoli Nights’ is a beautiful plant with sparkling foliage. The semi-succulent plant is drought-tolerant.
Is the Peperomia 'Napoli Nights’ the right plant for me?
Peperomia plants are perfect for beginners! They have a wide variety of colors and textures. Luckily, the thick stems and leaves act similar to the succulent plant and don’t require water as often as other plants since they can store water for longer periods of time. The plants do prefer bright to medium light with no direct sun.
Pet Friendly: Yes, Peperomia plants are pet-friendly.
Location Suggestions: Peperomia Peperomia 'Napoli Nights’ works well in just about every location you put them in. Try placing them on the living room table. Or on your kitchen table as a centerpiece. Alternatively, their compact nature makes them perfect for terrariums.
Prefers bright to medium light with no direct sun
Allow the top 2” of the soil to dry before watering
Average from 65°F to 75°F
Follow a monthly fertilizing schedule when the plant is actively growing. In most cases, this is in the spring and summer. Use a balanced fertilizer - this means a ratio of NPK that is all the same. Ex: 10-10-10.
Non-toxic. Always keep plants out of reach of pets and children.
Remove any dead foliage that forms at the base of the plant. This is quite common for Peperomia plants.
Yellowing is a sign of overwatering. Whereas browning is from a lack of water.
General Information About Your Plant
The gray-green leaves grow in a small mound giving it a unique appearance!
Peperomia enjoys being root bound so repotting every 12-18 is not necessary.
Use a well-draining, high organic matter soil mix.