Peperomia Puteolata or Parallel Peperomia produces almond-shaped leaves that are variegated with alternating stripes of dark and light green. The leaves emerge in groups of three or four, and stand out against the upright, reddish stems. An amazing house plant for a beginner grower. This semi succulent would look great in a room with bright indirect sunlight. As the tropical plant grows the stems have a dropping effect that would make it great for a hanging basket.
Light: This peperomia requires bright light without direct sunlight. Too much direct sunlight may scorch the leaves. Not enough light, growth will be lacking.
Water: Water when the soil becomes dry to the touch then provide a thorough watering. Peperomias are semi-succulent in nature which makes overwatering a big problem, but they do need more watering than many succulents. When lacking water the plant will just wilt, which is easy to resolve.