Peperomia incana is an evergreen perennial plant belonging to the family Piperaceae. It is native to Brazil and named after the appearance of its leaves. The heart-shaped leaves are covered in small white hairs meant to protect from the burning sun.
Pepperface peperomia plant has a stiff, almost upright growth that spreads as it gets older. Felted Peperomia can grow between 6” to 12” inches tall with a width of 12” to 15” inches. Felted Pepperface has a slow growth rate. This plant has a unique felt-like appearance thanks to the tiny white hairs on the leaves. If grown in lots of light, older plants will produce stems completely covered in tiny white flowers during bloom season in summer. These flowers generally have no scent.