Felted Pepperface is a popular aesthetically pleasing and low-maintenance houseplant. It is a perennial succulent with small, glossy, felt-like, or hairy leaves, making it an excellent addition to any residence or workplace.
Native to Brazil, the Peperomia incana is a small, low-maintenance houseplant. Also known as Felted Pepperface, this fluffy leaf plant gets its common name from the soft, fuzzy hairs that cover its foliage. Interestingly, not only do these hairs give the plant a distinctive texture, but also they shield it from extreme temperatures and intense sunlight.
To identify Felted Pepperface, look for small, oval leaves with a velvety texture. This plant's leaves are typically light green but may turn slightly red when exposed to direct sunlight.