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Episcia is lovely trailing plants native to Central and South America, Brazil, and the West Indies. An Episcia Plant is grown for its colorful textured leaves and small but pretty flowers
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Episcia plants require bright light but no direct sun. If the light is too bright, the color in the leaves fades.
The soil of an Episcia plant should be moist but not soggy at all times. If the soil is too dry, the leaves develop brown edges. In the winter, when an Episcia is not growing, allow the soil to become a little drier.
Average household temperatures above 65°F (18.3°C). Lower temperatures may cause brown leaf edges. An Episcia plant usually dies when the temperature goes below 50°F ( 10°C).
Spider mites and Mealy Bugs can be a problem. Check often and use a Qtip dipped in alcohol or Neem Oil to treat any Plant Pests as soon as they appear.