Hey there, plant lover! Let's dive into the world of Peperomias; the high impact, low maintenance tropical cuties of the plant kingdom. Peperomias boast lush foliage, compact size, and super easy care. With leaves in all shapes and patterns, they bring some unique charm to your indoor oasis. Whether you're a green-thumb guru or just starting out, they can be a great choice! Here are our top picks:
As we come into warmer months, we simply cannot stop looking at the Watermelon Peperomia. With its funky leaves resembling the rind of a watermelon, keep the summer vibes going all year long. The Watermelon Peperomia, or Peperomia argyreia botanically speaking, is a low-maintenance houseplant that thrives in bright, indirect light. Just imagine the envy of your friends when they see this trendy little gem sitting pretty on your windowsill. Plus, caring for it is a breeze. So, let’s get into summer mode and get yourself a Watermelon Peperomia.
The Peperomia Obtusifolia 'Golden Gate' brings a bit of drama to your living space. Despite the name, its hometown is not San Fransisco, but rather it originates from Florida, Mexico, and the Carribean. It has delightful white and golden yellow variegation on its leaves will be sure to make any interior pop! Plus, this low-maintenance houseplant makes it an ideal choice for the plant-parenting novice and even comes with the bonus that it's pet safe! So what are you waiting for - add this unique Baby Rubber Plant to your home and start getting your green on!
Ah, saving the best for last…get ready to meet the fabulous Peperomia polybotrya, aka the Raindrop Peperomia. This plant has great big glossy leaves that are shaped like - you guessed it - raindrops! If you're seeking a unique and eye-catching houseplant, look no further. With its glossy leaves and compact size, this plant has become well-loved among plant parents everywhere. Like most Peperomias, they thrive in bright, indirect light. They can tolerate lower light conditions, but for optimal growth and leaf vibrancy, place them near a window with filtered or indirect sunlight. They follow the standard care for most Peperomias