Peperomia Watermelon

Unit price per

Zone 1: $20 – Delta/Tsawwassen

Zone 2: $30 – Surrey

Zone 3: $30 – New Westminster, Burnaby, Richmond

Zone 4: $30 – Vancouver East, Vancouver West and Downtown Vancouver

Live Plants - Final Sale

We make every effort to ensure that you receive the healthiest & happiest plants straight from our greenhouse, therefore all plants are final sale.

General Merchandise

It is our hope that you’ll be completely satisfied with your purchase. All merchandise (with the exception of live plants) can be returned within 7 days of the delivery date and sent back to our location at your expense. Product must be unused and in original packaging.

Refund will be issued immediately once we receive the returns.

Please send us an email for pre-authorization before sending your returns.

Merchandise without an original sales receipt will only qualify for credit or exchange for products with the same retail value.

Plant Care

We ask that you take extra care with your plants as they are perishable and subject to variable conditions such as weather, soil quality, watering & positioning in your garden.

Acceptance of our plant products at the time of sale is considered proof of good health & survivability. Therefore, we are not able to offer guarantee or refund with the exception of trees and shrubs.

For online orders, you will be able to inspect your plants upon pick-up at our nursery. Please also remember that plants may go through dormant periods or that leaves may fall off showing signs of stress when shifted to a different location.

Therefore, it is very important that your plants are getting the proper light, water, soil and drainage for them to stay healthy. With this in mind, please understand that we cannot accept returns & refunds once you leave the store with your plant purchase. We are more than happy to share our plant care tips for you to maximize your success in planting.

Peperomia Watermelon puts a pep in your step when starting out your green thumb. These plants are well-loved for their stiped foliage that resembles the look of watermelon rinds.

Known for their easy-going, low care maintenance, watermelon plants are generally slow-growers. Place them on your desk and add a pop of green to your day.

In the springtime, you can prune its leggy stems to promote fuller growth. When re-potting, keep in mind that these plants prefer to be on tightly bound roots before transferring to another pot.


Light: Place in bright, indirect sunlight

Water: Water only when the top 1-2 inches of soil are dry, keeping the soil moist but not soggy wet. If you notice drooping leaves at the bottom, feel your soil as you plant is either overwatered or underwatered.

Fertilize: Feed once or twice a year during the growing season with very light diluted natural fertilizer.