Cultivation and propagation: The succulent peperomias, like Peperomia ferreyrae, are epiphytes and require the same treatment as rhipsalis. They are not hard to grow but avoid over-watering. In warm, sub-tropical or tropical areas, these plants maybe grown outside as a ground cover.
Soil: Requires very porous soil with excellent drainage. These plants like to be a little pot bound. Outdoors, grow in well-drained soil in partial shade.
Watering: You must go rather easy on the watering, as it is rather sensitive to over- watering. Water moderately during summer but allow to dry moderately between waterings and sparingly during winter with water that is room temperature. Though you hear that these plants favor daily misting, it is not necessary, especially if room is not overly dry. Despite being very succulent it prefers not to dry out and to remain growing throughout the year.
Exposure: Thrives in filtered light with ample airflow. Avoid drafts. Indoors, they require bright indirect light, but do tolerate low light.
Hardiness: Not particular about temperature, but best in a moderate to warm place. Protect from frost.
Some of the information in this description has been found at desert-tropicals.com, llifle.com and cactus-art.biz
|Blooming Season||Summer and autumn|
|Common Name||Bean plant peperomia|
|Frost Tolerance||18° – 24° c|
|Hardiness Zone||9b to 11|
|Height||15 - 20 cm tall|
|Scientific Name||Peperomia ferryrae|
|Sun Exposure||Partial shade|
Love this plant
It was exactly like they said it would be. No surprises. It's very healthy and arrived it great condition.
Love the green!
The color of the happy bean seems to vary from what are sold elsewhere. unique indeed.