This interesting Peperomia is not often found in cultivation, but we think it should be. It features grey-green foliage with a network of silver lines on the upper surface and red below. The stems are also red, adding to the allure. It is a relatively small plant, only reaching 15-20cm high, but its trailing habit allows it to spread horizontally. It would look nice in a hanging planter to allow for appreciation of both sides of the leaves.
Tender Loving Care Advice for Peperomia:
Peperomia can be considered as a beginner plants that are easy to care for. They have thick and fleshy succulent leaves which can tolerate lower humidity level and infrequent watering.
Light: Prefer bright indoor areas with indirect sunlight, but will also tolerate low light.
Water: Although Peperomia are easy to care for, problems can arise when they are overwatered. To avoid this, allow the plant media to dry out between waterings.