This Peperomia Clusiifolia 'Ginny' is also known as a Rainbow Peperomia or Red Edge Peperomia.
Originally from Central and Southern America, these stunners look like they've been splashed with water colour. Their firm, medium-sized leaves are streaked with greens and creams and edged with a vibrant shade of pink. The leaves grow upright in a bushy formation. While it might look like a succulent, it's not! It actually needs more frequent watering, so don't let its appearance fool you.
This colourful plant is especially good for trapping formaldehyde, which is a toxin present in many household items.
Allow to dry completely before watering. Bright but not direct sunlight.
Slow growing, reaching a maximum height of 30cm
It'll be happy pretty much anywhere, but will love the humidity of a bathroom, which is like the Amazon rainforest!