Peperomia Polybotrya, commonly known as Peperomia Raindrop is an easy-to-care for, fairly compact indoor plant with succulent, heart-shaped foliage.
It’s native to South America’s tropical regions, which include parts of Peru and Colombia.
- Light: Moderate to bright. To optimally maintain the plant inside the house, ensure you place it close to a west or east-facing window so that good light is guaranteed either during mornings or later in the afternoons. Best avoid south-facing windows as direct sunlight can dry out or burn the leaves.
- Water: Every 7 to 10 days, depending on your house temperature. During summer and spring, water the plant generously, and at regular intervals. However, make sure you do not overdo it. Between each watering session, the soil should be relatively dry. In other words, the soil must be dry one to two inches from the top. Water sparingly in the winter months.
Not edible. NON TOXIC if accidentally ingested.