⁃ Large 4-Inch Size: One Peperomia Happy Bean Planted in a 4-Inch Grower Pot.
- Hand-Picked: Selected from our greenhouses 24 hours before fulfillment.
- Water Wise: Only water once every 2-3 weeks.
- High Quality: Family Farm with 55+ years of experience growing succulents.
- Secure Delivery: Secure packaging & shipping. Customer satisfaction guaranteed.
All of our succulents for sale are versatile plants native to all parts of the world. Our succulents have many unique shapes and colors. Succulents love dry arid climates. This drought-tolerant feature makes succulents a treasured landscaping and house plant.
Light & soil
LIGHT & SOIL: Peperomia Happy Bean is a succulent that does not require very much light. This makes your Peperomia Happy Bean the ideal house plant perfect for the windowsill or anywhere indoors that does not receive very much sunlight. This low light requirement for Peperomia Happy Bean makes it a great beginner succulent. To best care for your Peperomia Happy Bean place your Peperomia Happy Bean in a place that receives shade for 80% of the day. Your Peperomia Happy Bean will grow best in a well-draining soil. Your Peperomia Happy Bean will already come potted and rooted in a well-draining soil, but if you plan to transplant your Peperomia Happy Bean it is best to utilize a well-draining potting mix.
CARE: Your Peperomia Happy Bean enjoys a dry and arid environment. For this reason, it is best to only water your Peperomia Happy Bean when the soil is completely dry. Feel the top of the soil or remove your Peperomia Happy Bean from its pot and feel the soil. If there is any moisture at all do not water. When watering your Peperomia Happy Bean completely drench the soil to a point that the soil is completely moist. Your Peperomia Happy Bean cannot survive in temperatures below 30 degrees Fahrenheit.
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