Whether you're needing a table top plant for your office, or an easy care and simple addition of life for your home, give the joyful Peperomia Lilian a try.
Part of the popular Peperomia house plant family, Lilian is well loved for its unique spiralling foliage and rather curious, abundant flower spikes.
Lilian will be happy in a variety of light conditions, including artificial fluorescent light. But be sure not to place her in direct sunlight, as this will burn the leaves. Water thoroughly and then let the soil dry out slightly in between.
It's great for smaller spaces due to it compact growing habit - it won't encroach on your living or working space. Place it on your workspace, a counter top, or shady windowsill, and enjoy this beauty grow.
Please Note: This plant may be toxic. Keep away from animals and young children.
Follow these instructions to keep your Peperomia Lilian healthy and happy.
Water: Keep the soil barely moist and allow the top layer (about 1-2cm) to dry out between watering. During winter, reduce watering further and allow soil to dry out halfway before watering again. Light: Medium to bright light is best. Keep out of direct sun. Humidity: Appreciates humidity. Mist your plant often to create a rainforest vibe. Fertilize:Feed with good organic fertilizer (diluted) every month from Spring to Autumn
We use a network of vetted couriers to safely deliver your order. The costs and delivery times are as follows:
Collections: 6 Roodehek Street, Gardens, Cape Town No Charge. We'll notify you once your order is ready, usually 1-2 days from order.
Cape Town & Surrounds R50 fee, delivery usually within 2-4 working days from order.
Major Centers (Jhb, Dbn etc) R85 fee, delivery usually within 4-7 working days from order.
Regional Areas (e.g. Hermanus) R100 fee, delivery 2-5 days from order (CPT regional), 4-7 days (rest of SA)
LARGE PLANTS (20cm nursery pot and above) A custom shipping rate will be calculated at checkout based on your address and number of items selected.
Unfortunately, we are not able to deliver to rural areas, such as farms.