Rosso has thick glossy green lanceolate leaves with a compact bushy rosette on the burgundy underside. It even has quirky little spires of flowers popping out from the foliage.
HOW TO CARE?
It does well in a medium light. If you were to put it outdoor, under the shades would be excellent as it does not tolerate a harsh and direct sunlight. Too little light can cause your plant to grow very slowly and too much sun produces scorched leaves.
Water it thoroughly once every 3 days. It depends on the surrounding temperature. It's best to check the condition of the soil. You can proceed with watering once the soil is dry to prevent root rot.
It prefers standard household humidity too!
A well draining potting mix is essential for peperomia plants.