Watermelon Peperomia propagation | Peperomia argyreia

Peperomia is ubiquitous in the houseplant hobby: we just love this genus! There’s the ripple Peperomia, raindrop Peperomia, baby rubber plant and many more, but today we’re talking about one specific species: Peperomia argyreia, better known as the watermelon Peperomia. This popular number is extremely easy to multiply, allowing you to obtain new plants for … Read more

Leaves of Peperomia polybotrya, a houseplant also known as raindrop Peperomia.

Peperomia polybotrya | Raindrop Peperomia care

Are you getting deja vu? Normal! Peperomia polybotrya, or the raindrop Peperomia, looks a lot like the wildly popular Pilea peperomioides or Chinese money plant. They’re not the same, though, as they naturally hail from completely different parts of the world. The raindrop Peperomia is a great choice if you like larger, glossy foliage. Let’s … Read more

Baby rubber plant (Peperomia obtusifolia) with shiny green leaves on white background.

Peperomia obtusifolia care | Baby rubber plant

If you’re looking for a houseplant that’s easy to grow but doesn’t compromise on looks, you’ve found it. Although the baby rubber plant (Peperomia obtusifolia) does produce flowers, the species is mostly grown for its pretty, shiny foliage. And you don’t need to be a houseplant expert to grow this one! Keep reading for everything … Read more