The Peperomia Verticillata, also known as ‘Red Log,’ is one of the most vibrant plants in the Peperomia family. it called the red log plant, due to the vibrant red shading it boasts beneath its leaves.
What makes Peperomia Vertillicata an ideal houseplant choice is its relatively small and manageable size.
The Verticillata plants are mostly compact and often do not grow more than 12 inches in height indoors. They make up a pleasant sight when hung in baskets and balconies or when put in fancy containers.
The Peperomia Vertillicata species is native to tropical and subtropical regions such as Cuba, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic and in particular Bolivia.
The Peperomia verticillata is ideal for those looking for their first peperomia plant. Additionally, it’s often selected by many for a terrarium set up.
4" standard plastic nursery pot.
When placed indoors, the Peperomia Verticillata plant enjoys bright dappled sunlight.
Usually every 2 - 3 weeks once the soil has fully dried out. Use the 'soak & dry' method - completely soak the soil and water again only once the soil is fully dried out.
Plant Specific Care
In the winter, protect from cold temperatures and reduce watering. Fertilize once or twice during growing season and plant in soil that drains well.