Why Are My Peperomia Leaves Curling

Peperomia Leaves Curling

The Peperomia genus has many wonderful plants prized for their foliage, ranging from a lovely solid shade of green to a striped pattern that looks just like a watermelon. Peperomia

Why Is My Ripple Peperomia Getting Leggy?

Ripple Peperomia

Ripple Peperomias are native to South America, where they grow in the understory of rainforests. If your Peperomia is getting leggy, it’s probably because it isn’t getting enough light. As

What To Do With Peperomia Flower Spikes?

Peperomia Flower Spikes

With over 1,000+ species of Peperomia, you have likely come across them in nurseries offering houseplants. Whatever Peperomia variety you own, your glossy-leaved plant may develop long spikes. Are these

How to Grow and Care for Peperomia Scandens

Peperomia scandens

Peperomia scandens (pep-er-ROH-mee-uh SKAN-dens) hails from South and Central America and Mexico, where it grows in the treetops. This epiphytic perennial plant is a member of the Piperaceae family of

Peperomia Obtusifolia Variegata Care Tips

Bed of Variegata Baby Rubber plant Peperomia Obtusifolia

Peperomia Obtusifolia Variegata (pep-er-ROH-mee-uh, ob-too-sih-FOH-lee-uh, var-ee-GAY-tuh) is a handsome variegated variety of the baby rubber plant.  It is a popular Peperomia species in the family: Piperaceae.  The evergreen plant is

How To Grow Peperomia Raindrop

Peperomia raindrop

Peperomia Raindrop is small, hardy semi-succulent with broad leaves averaging 8″ – 12″ inches tall. The leaves are raindrop or heart-shaped and hang loosely from the slightly woody stem. Click on this article to learn more on Raindrop Peperomia plant care.

How To Grow And Care For Peperomia Moonlight

Attractive foliage of Peperomia Moonlight

Peperomia (pep-per-ROH-mee-uh) Moonlight is a succulent with metallic green, heart-shaped leaves native to South America.  Closely related to the plant that graces our kitchen tables with black pepper, Peperomia’s Greek

How To Grow And Care For Peperomia Orba

Peperomia Orba up close

Peperomia orba [pep-er-ROH-mee-uh OR-buh], also known as the teardrop peperomia, a tropical plant that does well indoors. Native to Central and South America, peperomias are members of the pepper plant

Peperomia Pepperspot Care: Top Growing Tips

Peperomia pepperspot hanging basket

Peperomia Pepperspot is one of the lesser-known of the 1000 plus Peperomia varieties. Pepperspot is easy to take care of, especially for beginners. The Peperomia Pepperspot, [pep-er-ROH-mee-uh PEH-pr-spaat] has glossy,

How To Grow and Care For Peperomia Rubella

Peperomia Rubella with bloom spikes

Peperomia rubella is a unique, small succulent-like houseplant from Jamaica. Often compared to hoyas, peperomia plants have fleshy leaves and minimal care requirements. The name Peperomia Rubella [pep-er-ROH-mee-uh ROO-bel-u] comes

Are Peperomia Plant Toxic To Cats?

Cat and flower on the window

Peperomia (pep-er-ROH-mee-uh) is a massive group of over 1,000 species and cultivars from the Piperaceae family. These tropical plants come from tropical portions of Asia, Africa, and Central and South

How To Grow and Care For Peperomia Napoli Nights

Attractive leaves of Peperomia Napoli Nights

The Peperomia Napoli Nights (pronounced pep-er-ROH-mee-uh NA-poh-lee) comes from the huge Piperaceae plant family (Peperomia) of over 1,000 ornamental plants. Peperomia plants originate from the Amazon basin in South America.

Peperomia Serpens: Growing | Care | Propagation

Vining Peperomia

Peperomia serpens (pep-er-ROH-mee-uh SUR-penz) is better known as the vining peperomia. But, this member of the Piperaceae family won’t be overtaking your home any time soon. This little Peperomia plant

Peperomia Incana: Growing The Felted Pepperface

Incana Felted Peperomia

Peperomia incana (pep-er-OH-mee-uh in-KAY-nuh) is an evergreen perennial plant belonging to the family Piperaceae. It is native to Brazil and named after the appearance of its leaves. The heart-shaped leaves

How To Care For Peperomia Hope [DETAILS]

Peperomia Hope

Peperomia hope [pep-er-ROH-mee-uh, HOPE] is a hybrid between peperomia quadrifolia and peperomia deppeana.  This perennial epiphyte has beautiful foliage and makes ideal houseplants.  Image via: Land of Falice Studio Originally from tropical regions