Small and perfectly formed. This little succulent houseplant will never grow taller than a foot tall. Making is a great compact addition to your houseplant collection. This Peperomia polybotrya is a cute plant with super shiny, tear-shaped leaves - that are raindrop shaped. It may be small, but it's bursting with character!
Water fairly well in the summer months - allowing the compost to get reasonably dry before giving this little guy a drink. Cut back in the winter months.
Keep it in a semi-shaded or bright spot with protection from direct sun.
Slow to grow.
This is a compact plant, so perfect for a windowsill, table top or mantlepiece, where it will flourish in bright but indirect light.