Peperomia Raindrop - Polybotrya
Peperomia Raindrop is named for its fleshy succulent raindrop shaped leaves and stems that are shaped like raindrops. It is native to tropical regions of South America, including parts of Colombia and Peru. Peperomia polybotrya, also known as Coin-Leaf Peperomia or Raindrop Peperomia, is a delightful addition to your houseplant collection. The glossy green, thick, heart-shaped leaves are beautiful and the plant remains pretty compact so it is great for smaller spaces.
- Light: Bright, indirect - that being said, indoors I give my plant a little bit of direct sun. Your plant will be happy in an Eastern exposure window where it receives gentler morning sunshine.
- Soil & Water: Well drained soil. Water when dry - it is easy to overwater these plant if you have never cared for a succulent peperomia before. The stems and leaves store water, which allows the plants to go longer without water.
- Humidity: Average to above average
- Pet Friendly: Yes