The Peperomia Obtusifolia also known as Baby Rubber plant has attractive, shiny, and fleshy yellow gold succulent like leaves with pretty light-colored variegation running through them.
Light: Moderate light conditions and will tolerate shade. Avoid direct sunlight. They do really well under fluorescent lights, making them ideal for the office.
Water:Water when the soil has almost dried out, Radiator Plants don’t like to be over-watered. Use soft water if possible and water from below. Water is stored in the leaves making these plants drought resistant.
Temperature:Average to warm temperatures from 18-24°C
Humidity:Peperomia enjoy raised humidity levels but most of the time they do just fine in normal household conditions
Height and Growth Rate:Ultimate height 20-30cm and slow growing.
It comes in a 12cm nursery plastic pot.
The most common cause when a plant begins wilting is lack of water. Too much sunlight and over fertilizing may also cause wilting. Limp leaves and stems may also be a sign of overwatering, but it would be easy to distinguish between too much or too little water by checking the soil.
Leaves losing variegation/color
The most common cause is lack of light, although lack of fertilizer could cause loss of color.
The plant not flowering may be caused by lack of light
Sudden Leaf Drop
Sudden drop in temperatures is a likely cause and/or overwatering.