Peperomia is a genus of perennial evergreens from the Piperaceae family. It grows mainly in the tropical and subtropical regions of America. Although the genus includes more than 500 species, Peperomia Arifolia is considered the most decorative due to the silvery stripes on the leaves.
Peperomia Arifolia is an evergreen perennial with flexible stems and dense leaves. It has oval pointed leaves with a glossy dark green upper side. Flowers are inconspicuous white or greenish spikes at the end of long stems. However, this plant rarely blooms indoors. Peperomia is not a particularly hard plant to grow, and its small size and delicate leaves make it perfect for desktops and dish gardens.