Unlike succulents, peperomias prefer high humidity and require more water than succulent or cactus plants. However, the non-showy flowers are insignificant, and peperomias rarely bloom indoors. Nurseries. Also known as string of turtles, it is a small vining plant with round dark green to purple-colored leaves, patterned in white veins. The variegated elongated oval leaves have green blotches in the center surrounded by creamy-white patterns. Botanical Name: Peperomia obtusifolia ‘Golden Gate’. Botanical Name: Peperomia caperata ‘Red Ripple’. Peperomia ‘Rosso’ has stunning dark-green leaves with deep red-brown undersides. Species of peperomias are collectively known as radiator plants. Plant Details. Peperomia Napoli Nights is a hybrid where the pollen of peperomia marmorata was used in the cross. This bushy peperomia plant has leaves with light-green and dark-green stripes growing on wiry, trailing reddish stems. The roots on a Peperomia are not overly adventurous so it usually take several years to fill and outgrow a pot. It spreads with maturity and forms tiny white spikes. Jelly peperomia has striking wide, oval-shaped leaves adorned with a pink and cream-hued edge. Descriptions and pictures of these compact houseplants will help identify the most common peperomias to enhance your décor. This variety is perfect for a rock garden or a terrarium. As with all species of peperomia, the “watermelon variety” is a drought-tolerant plant. This easy-to-care-for peperomia thrives in most rooms with little maintenance. Ripple peperomia is an ideal species of compact potted plant for tables and desktops. It grows in a spreading form and is suitable for window sills, terrarium or vivarium. Peperomia obtusifolia is an epiphytic peperomia species. 4. If you are an avid plant lover, looking forward to having an easy-going plant for home, pick one from these Best Peperomia Types! Also known as Peperomia angulata, it is a small houseplant with creeping stems. In general, they feature thick, fleshy leaves that store water. The cupid peperomia is the variegated version of peperomia scandens. Collection K. Madagascar (MG) Baron, R. 6062  ISOTYPE Peperomia imerinae C.DC. Peperomia obtusifolia Not to be confused with the Crassula rubber plant, the Peperomia obtusifolia is a bushy type Peperomia that displays dark green and variegated leaves. The vining stems of peperomia Ruby Cascade have green leaves with purple undersides. Light pruning helps to keep the trailing stems under control. The cascading foliage with its silver and green striped leaves look stunning in bright interiors.