Peperomia fraseri

Peperomia fraseri

Ivy-Leaf Pepper

Peperomia fraseri



Peperomia fraseri grows good if placed bright, part sunny or light shaded. Morning sun such as evening and winter sun is welcome. Summer sun will be tolerated if the pot is placed with a minimum distance of 50 cm behind the window.


Light mixes are fine, such as cacti soil. Or peat-free substrates for ornamental plants, herbs and vegetables.

Peperomia fraseri roots


Allow the soil to dry to about 80 or 90 % of the pots height between the waterings. Avoid overwatering. Drying out for a day or two will be tolerated if there are at least 2 weeks between these drying times. Peperomia fraseri is not a dessert plant. It can be found in tropical and subtropical regions.


Feeding can be done with liquid fertilizers, sticks, granules or pellets. Liquid fertiliser can be given every 4th to 8th week from spring to fall. Long-term fertilizers, i. e. sticks, granules or pellets in spring and summer. New bought or recently repotted plants don’t need to be fed for the first year.


Peperomia fraseri likes it warm the year round and needs a minimum temperature of 15 °C (59 °F).

Peperomia fraseri


Leaf cuttings root in about 4 to 8 weeks at 22 to 30 °C (72 to 86 °F). The pot should be covered with a freezer bag or placed in a indoor green house. To prevent mould growth don’t forget to and air daily.

Ivy-Leaf Pepper
The Ivy-Leaf Pepper is also known as Flowering Peperomia.


Scientific name

Peperomia fraseri

Common name(s)

Ivy-Leaf Pepper, Flowering Peperomia

Peperomia fraseri




Ecuador, Peru


15 cm, the inflorescence can reach a height of up to 100 cm


No but not edible

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