A small semi-succulent tropical plant with teardrop shape leaves that doesn’t require much care. This black pepper’s cousin does well indoors and exudes beauty with its simplicity.
A cultivar of teardrop peperomia, it is native to central and south America and a member of the pepper family Piperaceae, making it a relative to black pepper plants.
It is known for its succulent, slightly furry, grayish-green leaves that resemble delicate teardrops. When properly cared for, it displays a faint white stripe going down its leaves. It produces pale-green and white flowers in spike formation in the late summer months.