Emerald Ripple Peperomia or Peperomia rosso can be found in Brazilian forests, but it is also a popular houseplant. It belongs to the Piperaceae family, which is known as the pepper family, together with many other flowering plants. The most popular plant from the Piperaceae family is Piper nigrum, or Black Pepper, which is used as a spice. It goes by many names, such as Green Ripple Pepper, Ivy Leaf Peperomia, Little Fantasy Pepper, Silver Heart, and more.
Emerald Ripple Peperomia can live for approximately seven years, but taking good care of it can prolong its life. As for how difficult it is to keep the plant and how much time and care they seek, you would be glad to know that they are okay when it comes to how much sunlight or water they need. Of course, the better the care, the longer this houseplant will live, and it can live for more than ten years if given enough care.
The colorful flowers of this houseplant make it one of a kind, as its majorly white color dominates. That color in a mix of thick and rippled emerald green leaves gives Emerald Ripple Peperomia the stance this houseplant is known for.
This is not that demanding or too big of a plant to have in your home, as it is usually eight inches tall. Emerald Ripple Peperomia is an excellent home greenie, especially because it is looked upon as a lucky charm in some countries (Brazil).