The Peperomia is one of our favourite species of houseplant. They’re small, they’re fun, easy to care fore, there are so many varieties and they just look great anywhere in your home. We can’t recommend Peperomia plants enough to houseplant enthusiasts, especially those who are just getting into the hobby and want a plant that isn’t too challenging. There are so many different types of Peperomia and choosing which one you want can be difficult. They are all relatively easy to care but as a general rule of thumb, the thicker the leaves, the closer they are to a succulent and normally the easier they are to care for.
Types Of Peperomia
These are some of the most common types of Peperomia and the ones you’re most likely to find in your local plant store. All of the names that have links are plants we provide care guides for so if you do choose them this should help you get started.
Now we’ve looked at the most common types of Peperomia plants, here are some of the lesser known types, that are also less easy to come by in plant shops and local nurseries.
- Peperomia Nivalis
- Peperomia Pellucida
- Peperomia Paradoxa
- Peperomia Fagerlindii
- Peperomia Griseoargentea
- Peperomia Rosso
- Peperomia Clusiifolia
These are some of the more common types of Peperomia but there are obviously species we may have missed and even species that are yet to be discovered which is so exciting for Peperomia enthusiasts like ourselves.
Hopefully you’ve found our list of types of Peperomia useful and hopefully it’s helped you in deciding which type of Peperomia you want for your home. If you’re still interested, here are some follow up questions about different types of Peperomia.
How Many Species Of Peperomia Are There?
It is believed that there are over 1000 different species of Peperomia and even more to be discovered.
What Is The Most Common Species Of Peperomia?
Peperomia plants in general are becoming very popular, but the species that is searched for most frequently on OSERA is the Watermelon Peperomia.
What Is A Good Succulent Peperomia?
A common succulent Peperomia that people like is the Peperomia Graveolens.