“Peperomia”, a great option for gifting
Nowruz means new day and it is the first day of spring. Nowruz is celebrated by 300 million people around the world. Nowruz has Iranian and Zoroastrian roots. However, it has been celebrated for over 3,000 years by various communities in West Asia, Central Asia, the Caucasus, the Black Sea basin, the Balkans and South Asia. The Iranians have different customs for Nowruz and each of them has their own meanings.
One of the oldest Iranian tradition is giving gift in Nowruz.
You can give plants which would be a nice gift.
The name peperomia might not roll off your tongue, but you could get lost in this wonderful genus of tropical plants native to Mexico, South America, and the West Indies. With more than 1,000 known species, these hearty plants boast thick, fleshy leaves that contribute to their drought tolerance and vigor. If you haven’t experienced much luck with flowering houseplants, you will appreciate that the peperomia sports foliage that is highly ornamental in its own right—its leaves can be textured or smooth; red, green, gray, or purple; variegated, marbled, or solid; large, heart-shaped, or tiny.
Peperomia Plant Care
The peperomia plant is a smart choice for beginner houseplant enthusiasts. Not only are they forgiving plants that tolerate some benign neglect, but the spectacular variety of colors and textures available within the species means that you can amass an interesting collection of plants for every style and space, all of which require the same care.
Plant peperomia in a pot with ample drainage holes, using an orchid potting mix, then place the plant in bright indirect light. Peperomia plants require little in the way of attention—you water them only when the soil is quite dry, and feeding is rarely (if ever) necessary.
Nazdik wish you all the bests in Nowruz.