A favorite easy-growing trailing plant. They aren't picky about sunlight or humidity so they an excellent beginner houseplants but also satisfying to watch grow. As a bonus it doesn't seem to attract any pests either!
This semi-succulent plant is an amazing beginner houseplant. It tolerates a range of environments and has stunning growth that trails as it gets longer. This Peperomia hope is a hybrid between peperomia quadrifolia and peperomia deppeana. It has been nicknamed a 'Trailing Jade' and also propagates easily, so with one plant, you can grow many more.
Available in the following packaging based on your preference:
- Nursery Pot - Standard plastic 2" planter pot that can be placed inside a larger pot or left as is until it outgrows it.
- Clive Planter - This plant comes packaged in a white square porcelain planter pot almost 4" ready for your home or office space with a bamboo tray to catch drips when watered.
Amelia Hanging ceramic Planter - Elegant Modern Round Shaped ceramic planter, roughly a 4-inch round pot with a drainage hole. Comes with an S hook for easy hanging.
Olympia Planter - The plant comes packaged in our elegant grey-white marbled style cylindrical porcelain planter raised on a white metal stand. This planter does come with a hole for drainage.
Looking for more plant goodies? Check out our accessories.
For added humidity, our Lyfe Rose Gold Signature Mister will make a perfect addition to your plant shelf for both function and beauty. We also recommend adding our Plant Shield & Shine to your order for routine maintenance and pest prevention.
Our plants are shipped from our indoor greenhouse in South Florida. Please note all our plants are one of a kind and if you want to message us we can send you a picture of the exact one you will receive. The product image here is intended to be the best representation of what you can expect to receive but yours may have slightly less or more growth depending on the crop we have when your order is placed. Any lifestyle pictures are meant to demonstrate how a fully grown or more mature plant looks for you to get a sense of it in your space.