Peperomia

The Peperomia is one of the most diverse and largest species of plant with an estimated 1,400 species covering tropical and tropical climates worldwide. Due to this, they come in a huge variety of shapes, sizes and styles. They tend to be succulents and do not grow more than 30cm in height, making them ideal houseplants. 

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More about Peperomia plants

Some Peperomia plants have thick, waxy, succulent leaves and stems; still, others are rather delicate, with paper-thin leaves. Many species will easily sunburn, preferring filtered or indirect, bright sunlight. They are sometimes referred to as radiator plants because they love warm, dry environments (eg. above a radiator). One of the most popular Peperomias is the Chinese Money Plant and another is the Peperomia Watermelon.

Most Peperomias have minimal to virtually non-existent root systems, often being nothing more than a collection of tiny appendages used to anchor the plant. These roots, while delicate, also enable the plants to survive in less-than-ideal conditions; however, their fragility also places them at a greater risk for root rot if water does not drain sufficiently quickly.

You can learn more about caring for your Peperomia in our care guides.