35+ Striking Peperomia Varieties As Your Houseplants

When you talk about immortal plants or the plants that can last forever, then you should include Peperomia (Piperaceae) to your houseplants collection. This plant variety is succulent, so the maintenance step is similar to hoyas. Since it is a succulent plant, then the size is small. So, you don’t need a spacious backyard for planting Peperomia. Here, we give you 40 Peperomia varieties you should plant in your house.

Furthermore, you can call the Peperomia plant a radiator plant as well. Since the plants belong to succulents, then no need to worry about the maintenance for peperomia varieties.

Peperomia Varieties: Rainbow

Peperomia Rainbow (image credit:etsy/Pinterest)

This is one of peperomia varieties which is very pretty at a glance. You can see the deep pink color along the edge of the foliage, followed by the pale pink to white and green to the center. Hence, the name is Peperomia Rainbow. The oval shaped leaves appear beautifully inside the pots. This one is suitable to beautify your balcony or beside the window. Moreover, people often call this plant as Peperomia Jelly or Clusiifolia.

Peperomia Golden Gate

Peperomia Golden Gate (image credit:houseofplants/Pinterest)

When you think pink is not your color, then you can choose this variety. The meaning of golden gate refers to pale yellow for the edge of the leaves and olive on the center. Imagine how stunning it is during the sunset when you plant it in a hanging basket.

Peperomia Magnoliifolia

Peperomia Magnoliifolia

A fresh look can be seen perfectly from this variety. The deep green and shiny leaves with a round shape grow beautifully in a pot. Also, you can plant this Peperomia Magnoliifolia by placing it beside the window, so that this plant can get bright light because they like it very much.

Peperomia Varieties: Tetraphylla ‘Hope’

Peperomia Tetraphylla ‘Hope’

For hanging basket plant lovers, you should add your houseplants collection with one of peperomia varieties, such as Tetraphylla ‘Hope’. A tiny yet adorable Peperomia Tetraphylla ‘Hope’ to bring a new spirit inside your house. The leaves are a bit tiny and look like hearts. It is a must plant for you!

String of turtles Peperomia

String of turtles

The tortoise lover cannot deny this peperomia variety since the pattern of the leaves will remind you of tortoise shells. Including the tiny size of leaves that will make you adore this Peperomia variety more. Besides, you can call this one Peperomia Prostrata as well. The string of turtles should be on your favorite plant ahead!

Ruby glow peperomia Varieties

Ruby glow peperomia

You know you will love this plant once you see it. The stunning color combination, between the deep pink and green leaves. Also, you don’t need much sunlight this Ruby glow since this variety can tolerate a minimum sunlight. The unique shape leaves will complete the whole appearance of this plant.

Peperomia Columbiana

Peperomia Columbiana (image credit:houseplant411,diggreenacres/Pinterest)

Something dark yet beautiful is coming for you through this variety. If you like something mysterious, then you can have this Peperomia Columbiana as your houseplants. The dark leaves with deep purple on the beneath side will give an extra appearance only by looking at the pot.

Caperata Rosso Peperomia

Caperata Rosso Peperomia

Pointy leaves with textured and green color combinations from the dark to bright green foliage are ready to spoil your eyes. If you want to plant this peperomia variety inside small pots, then this variety suits the most. Enjoy the Caperata Rosso on your desk beside the window of the bedroom or office room.

Peperomia Watermelon or Argyreia

Peperomia Watermelon or Argyreia

You already know why the name of this plant is watermelon peperomia only by looking at the pattern. The deep green with a beautiful texture of silver color on leaves. Also, the shape itself is similar to the fruit as well. It is hard to distinguish the leaves and the watermelon, right?

Baby Rubber Plant Peperomia Varieties

Baby Rubber Plant

A sweet and pretty American baby rubber plant peperomia. This plant has heart-shaped leaves in dark green color. Furthermore, the textures are thick and shiny. This variety has many names to call. For instance, peperomia green, blunt-leaved peperomia, peperomia frost and the most famous one is Peperomia Obtusifolia.

Trailing Jade peperomia

Trailing Jade peperomia

The other name of this plant variety is Peperomia Rotundifolia. This hanging plant is suitable for your patio since the leaves size mostly tiny. You can see this beautiful one will grow dangled down through the hanging basket as well. So that the stunning view will appear once you plant this Trailing Jade or Rotundifolia peperomia.

Parallel Peperomia

Parallel Peperomia

This fast grower plant has a textured leaves with dark green color, followed by silvery green lines on it. Some people may think this is the watermelon peperomia. In fact, it is different and you can spot the differences easily. This plant has another name, you may call it Peperomia Puteolata.

Emerald ripple Peperomia

Emerald ripple

The leaves have a texture, make it look like wrinkled leaves. The adorable heart-shaped leaves with deep green and shiny appearance will surely beautify your balcony. The height of Emerald ripple peperomia can reach up to 45cm.

Belly button peperomia

Belly button peperomia

Usually, a succulent plant doesn’t need much watering and maintenance. You can water it once the soil gets dry but don’t let the soil crack, of course. This belly button or Verticillata peperomia can be your option for houseplant since it is easy to take care and the tiny leaves and red stems are undeniable.

Isabella Peperomia

Isabella Peperomia (image credit:reddit,etsy/Pinterest)

You will see this dazzling plant growing inside your house. Also, you can choose to make it as the hanging plant or plant in the pot. This variety or you may call it Isabella or Hoffmanii peperomia has a button size. That’s why it is very pretty if they already grow. Moreover, this plant doesn’t need too much light.

Peperomia Trinervula ‘Bibi’

Peperomia Trinervula ‘Bibi’ (image credit:rootdplants/Pinterest)

This variety needs plenty of light exposure, but still indirect sunlight. It has deep green leaves with a pointy shape. You can plant it as a houseplant and place it in the backyard.

Cupid Peperomia

Cupid Peperomia

This plant is also known as Peperomia scandens. The heart shaped leaves with pale yellow along the edge, followed by light green on the center freshen your view. Yet, you should try harder to find this one, because nowadays it is difficult to find, then you need an extra effort to get this one.

Orba / teardrop peperomia

Orba / teardrop peperomia

You can touch its smooth and glossy green leaves. There is also red foliage with creamy yellow color along the edge of leave. This radiator plant is a bushes type with large oval-shaped leaves. You may plant this Peperomia Orba or Teardrop peperomia with a very low maintenance inside your house.

Polybotrya / raindrop peperomia

Polybotrya / raindrop peperomia

Pointed leaves in glossy and deep green plants are another cute level for houseplant. People often call it a coin leaf peperomia or China currency plant. Also, raindrop peperomia is easy to take care of. So that you don’t need to worry if you decide to bring this plant home.

Peperomia quadrifolia

Peperomia quadrifolia (image credit:thetree,verdantlyfe/Pinterest)

This variety belongs to herb succulents, and herb succulents mostly are epiphytes. This peperomia quadrifolia has a striking look while it grows. Imagine planting this on your fence, then you will get the natural fence with some green touch on it.

Peperomia deppeana

Peperomia deppeana (image credit:plantsam/Pinterest)

If you ever heard people say Rondo Romano and refer to this plant, then they are not wrong. Because another name of Peperomia Deppeana is Rondo Romano. The bright leaves, bushy type, and compact size are suitable for the corner of your house. It will add the green view in the living room.

Peperomia nivalis

Peperomia nivalis (image credit:worldofsucculents/Pinterest)

If you want a climbing succulent, why you not try this variety? The peperomia nivalis has the best characteristic for climbing succulent. This plant can produce fragrant flowers, so that it is a perfect combination to plant this as a houseplant.

Peperomia Ferreyrae Varieties

Peperomia Ferreyrae

This plant can be found easily in most tropical forests. Although the leaves grow longer, this plant actually is a compact plant, so that the leaves will stay still once it reaches the maximum length. Because Peperomia Ferreyrae still belongs to succulents, then you can plant it in a small pot.

Peperomia Albovittata / Peacock

Peperomia Albovittata / Peacock

Actually, the pattern of peperomia is quite similar between each variety. But, you can distinguish the different varieties through the color, shape and stems. This Peperomia Albovittata or people often call it Peacock peperomia has silvery green leaves. While the veins have dark green or brownish-orange ones.

Peperomia Incana Varieties

Peperomia Incana (image credit:etsy,osera/Pinterest)

When you think the leaves are hairy, yes it has fuzzy hairs covering the bright green leaves. You may call this plant Peperomia Incana or Amazon Fuzz. The fuzzy hairs do not appear useless since it will protect the leaves from the direct sun and broken leaves.

Peperomia Quadrangularis

Peperomia Quadrangularis

Although you think it is similar to Watermelon Peperomia, it is not. It has another name, Beetle peperomia. This trailing plant has a small size of leaves that suits as an ornamental plant inside your house. The red stems, pointy leaves, deep and brighter green will spoil your eyes every day.

Peperomia Dolabriformis

Peperomia Dolabriformis

Only by looking at this variety, you will know this plant is shrubby with thick leaves. Although you already cultivate this for a long time, the size of this Peperomia Dolabriformis or Prayer Peperomia will stay the same. Hence, it suits the indoor plant as long as they get enough bright light.

Peperomia Griseoargentea Varieties

Peperomia Griseoargentea (image credit:plantsarethestrangestpeople/Pinterest)

Another lovely ornamental plant for your house is this variety. You may call it Ivy-leaf peperomia or as we mentioned before, Peperomia Griseorgantea. This one is also similar to watermelon, but there is deep pink along the foliage edgeline.

Peperomia Maculosa

Peperomia Maculosa (image credit:plantsam/Pinterest)

The glossy green leaves look stunning for your in house garden. This variety, somehow, produces a herbal odor that is similar to ginger if you smell it carefully. Hence people often call Peperomia Maculosa as Cilantro Peperomia.

Peperomia Columella Varieties

Peperomia Columella 

Another unique succulent can be seen through how the leaves grow. It is very immersive to look at since the stem cannot be seen. You only can see the fold shaped leaves with deep green for this variety. You may call it Peperomia Columella or Pearly Peperomia.

Peperomia Trinervis

Peperomia Trinervis (image credit:stevesleaves,houseplant411/Pinterest)

You can see the shape has pointy spots while they grow perfectly. The color combination and its texture is very pretty to see. Silvery green leaves and deep pink to red edge peperomia. This houseplant needs indirect light, so it suits your balcony.

Peperomia Glabella Varieties

Peperomia Glabella

This plant is not only pretty to look at, but also easy to take care of. Because this variety tolerates less light and inconsistent watering. You can find Peperomia Glabella or Cypress Peperomia in Mexico, Panama, Florida, and many more.

Peperomia Japonica

Peperomia Japonica (image credit:costafarms,plantophiles /Pinterest)

Another easy to take care of is succulent plant. For those who like plants in terrariums, you may choose Peperomia Japonica to place on your desk. This plant saves the water in their stems, so that you can water it while the soil dries out. Also, this variety is suitable for the humid area.

Peperomia Rugosa ‘Aussie Gold’ Varieties

Peperomia Rugosa ‘Aussie Gold’ (image credit:daydreamsucculents,etsy/Pinterest)

A mesmerized leaves color that looks like a sunset view. The golden colored leaves with red veins are very pretty to plant and place the pot beside the window. You can enjoy this beautiful view through the simple plant everyday. No stress at all since this variety is pretty easy to take care of.

Peperomia Antoniana

Peperomia Antoniana (image credit:google.com,glassboxtropicals/Pinterest)

This variety looks like a dead plant, although it is alive! The color is dark with small white dots on the leaves. Due to this uniqueness, Peperomia Antoniana is hard to find, so if you already have it inside your house, you better take care of it thoroughly.

Peperomia Fraseri Varieties

Peperomia Fraseri

If you are expecting the flowers by planting the succulent, make sure to plant Peperomia Fraseri. Because this variety produces beautiful flower spikes on it. Also, the upright stems are bigger , so it is sturdy to hold the flowers. The flower’s shape itself is unique and looks like a bottle brush.

Peperomia ‘Bamboo Stalks’

Peperomia ‘Bamboo Stalks’ (image credit:hirts,etsy/Pinterest)

The name describes the variety very well since you can see the stems that look like bamboo. Although the leaves are significantly different. This variety is unique because peperomia belongs to succulents but this plant has strong stems that grow straight upward.

Peperomia Fagerlindii Varieties

Peperomia Fagerlindii (image credit:etsy/Pinterest)

The peperomia that has beads like leaves are quite famous among houseplant lovers. This variety suits best in hanging baskets. Although the appearance is quite common, this plant is hard to find even in the native area itself, which is Ecuador.

Is peperomia a type of succulent?

Peperomias is a large plant that can be a little like hoya in the care it takes. They have succulent and flesh-filled leaves and branched stems. This plant provides a delightful houseplant that comes in hanging or upright shapes. It relates to periapsis and how to make them healthy and happy.

How many species of Peperomia are there?

Peperomia has a range of over 1,500 species, many of them were popular houseplants. Usually small peperomia varieties feature thin succulent ovals forming thick florets. Peperomia has rippled green heart-shaped florets that can be separated into smaller varieties as well.

How do you identify peperomia?

Peperomias has a characteristic inflorescence. It is like a spadix in aroid inflorescences and is sponging and stuffed tightly with tiny flowers. You also can identify peperomia through its color and leaves shapes.

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