Water thoroughly when the top inch to two inches of soil is dry to the touch. Allow the soil to dry out a bit between waterings. Always keep an eye on your plant–if the leaves droop or feel a bit thin, it may also be time to water.Peperomia will enjoy extra humidity.
peperomia thrives in bright, indirect sunlight. Although most types of peperomia thrive in bright light, too much light fades the bright colors of the variegated foliage. Indoors, a window with an eastern exposure provides excellent light. Outdoors, grow the plant in light shade or filtered light.
Your Peperomia prefers temperatures between 55-80 degrees during the day and should not get colder than 55 degrees at night. Fertilization isn't necessary for your Peperomia, but you can fertilize your plant in the spring or summer if you'd like it to grow a little faster.