Peperomia pellucida is an annual, shallow-rooted herb, usually growing to a height of about 15 to 45 cm, it is characterized by succulent stems, shiny, heart-shaped, fleshy leaves and tiny, dot-like seeds attached to several fruiting spikes.
Peperomia Pellucida is a shallow-rooted, annual herb, belonging to the family Piperaceae (Peperomia plants). This plant is easy to take care of and looks beautiful indoors. Typically, this plant doesn’t produce flowers and is popular for its light green or pale green spikes. It is mostly found growing in damp, shaded, tropical habitats, and is native to Asia and America. It is utilized ornamentally, medicinally, and as a food plant in numerous segments of Central and South America. Shiny bush grows 6” – 8” inches tall and is distinguished by its fleshy, heart-shaped, and shiny leaves, succulent stems, and dot-like seeds. The stems are ascending or erect and 6” – 17” inches long, while the leaves are 1” – 2” inch long and 1” inch wide. The shiny bush produces small flowers, shaped like cord-like spikes.