Posted 1M ago by @retrofractus

I'd like to acknowledge the contributions of the original Struggle's last leaf. She served her clone very well, giving her life to allow a new plant to grow! 🀣 #springintosummer
49ft to light, indirect
2” pot with drainage
Last watered 3 days ago
I swear! My peperomia raindrop has sure been a tougher plant to care for than I expected. 🀣 I'm glad you have your new plant!
@sarahsalith @retrofractus here is my peperomia frost that I am soooooo in love with.
@KikiGoldblatt I just got one too! Trying to figure out the best place for it. They are so amazing!
I stuck mine in my kitchen, mostly ignore it, and water it about every two weeks. It has honestly been thr most cooperative of all my #peperomia and by far the easiest to care for. Once you let it sink in that these are succulents and you care for them as such they get a lot easier. Now my pink lady on the other hand πŸ€¦β€β™€οΈπŸ€£
@tmbryant37 yes! I killed the first iteration by over watering, definitely. Once I saw it was going I was able to rescue four leaves to propagate, and only this one came through. But I definitely learned my lesson and iteration two is doing much better!
@KikiGoldblatt gorgeous!
@sarahsalith I feel so wowed that you can really grow a whole new plant from a single leaf! Makes me feel less bad when I kill stuff πŸ˜‚
@retrofractus ISN'T IT THE COOLEST THING?!

i've knocked a couple of leaves off my raindrop and I just stick them right back on the soil!οΏΌ
@retrofractus This new plant looks very happy and healthy!

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