Peperomia Prostrata 'String of Turtles'

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  • 6" Pot


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  • Meet the Whimsical String of Turtles, a tiny Brazilian succulent native that has found its home in the average house climate. Small in size with a slow growth rate, this delightful succulent reaches full maturity in three to five years. Its unique leaf shape inspired its common name—each leaf resembles the shell of a miniature turtle, strung together on a trailing vine.

    Every tiny leaf boasts intricate multi-colored patterns, creating a mesmerizing display. The colors, vibrant in their youth, gradually mellow with age, eventually maturing into a striking bicolored palette—usually a darker green contrasted by light green.

    Care:

    • Light: Flourishes in bright, indirect light; tolerates lower light conditions.
    • Soil: Well-draining mix supports its succulent nature.
    • Water: Allow soil to partially dry between waterings; water sparingly.
    • Temperature: Comfortable between 65°F to 75°F (18°C to 24°C).
    • Humidity: Adaptable to varying humidity levels; appreciates higher humidity.

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