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Botanical name: Peperomia tetragona
Synonyms: Peperomia puteolata, Piper tetragonum
Common name: Parallel peperomia
Native range: Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru
Brigh, indirect light
Well draining, open soil
Low humidity — mist on occasion, in very warm weather
Liquid fertilise every 2-3 weeks during the active growing period
Most suitable location: East facing window, bright/large south facing window, 1-2m from a north facing window
Notes: Peperomia tetragona is a herbaceous vine with a creeping or trailing habit. With age and height, stems will begin to fall and cascade over the edges of the pot. It is well suited to being grown in a shallow, wide mouth pot as it roots readily at the nodes and reshoots freely. Also suited to hanging baskets, nestled in a pot stand or on a chock. If a bushier/more upright appearance is preferred, tip prune or trim to promote lateral shooting further down the stem. This species is easily propagated, and cuttings can be rooted in LECA, water, or straight into soil.