Peperomias are slow-growing tropical annuals and perennials that are easy to care for under average room or conservatory conditions. Peperomia Polybotrya 'Raindrop' has striking foliage with 'raindrop' shaped thick leaves.
The Peperomia polybotrya is a compact plant well suited for life as an easy to care for a house plant. The plant features heart-shaped, succulent foliage and typically only achieves a maximum height of one foot. Like many botanical names, the name of this plant is taken from the Greek language. Peperomia means “resembling pepper,” while Polybotrya means “many.” Peperomia plants are part of the Piperaceae family, also known as the pepper family. The plant also goes by the common name “coin-leaf peperomia” and is native to tropical regions of South America, including parts of Colombia and Peru.