Peperomia Ginny will be happiest in medium to bright light. This plant will not do well if direct sunlight touches the leaves. They can also tolerate low light conditions.
Water your peperomia ginny thoroughly and allow the soil to dry out a bit between waterings. It is better to underwater than overwater, as they can store water in their fleshy stems and leaves
Peperomia Ginny enjoys a good mist once in awhile.
These plants do the best between a temperature of 60-80 degrees during the day and should not be left in conditions colder than 55 degrees.
Appropriate fertilization is also a part of how to care for a dracaena. Feed every two weeks in spring and summer with a balanced houseplant fertilizer.
Peperomia are considered to be non-toxic to humans, cats and dogs