Did you know that these small and sweet little plant that grows no taller than a foot has succulent leaves and stems that allows it to store water through the dryer seasons?!
Peperomia is a very wide genera of plants, used most often for ornamental indoor foliage. Peperomia polybotrya have large, thick, heart shaped leaves. Native to Columbia and Peru, they're commonly known as the coin leaf plant due to their big round leaves. They like bright indirect light and watering when the top inch of soil is dry and also produces green-tipped, fragrant flowers like tails that grow in clusters from the tops of the stems.
How to care:
-Bright but indirect sunlight or semi-shade. This is a compact plant so perfect for small spaces such as a windowsill, shelf or side table.
-Water your plant moderately in summer each time the plant feels dry and reduce the watering in winter. Misting the leaves can help recreate the humidity this plant loves as well as keeping its thick leaves dust-free.
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