The Peperomia Polybotrya, also known under Raindrop, Teardrop or Coin-Leaf Peperomia.


Trendy plant as it is often compared to a Pilea peperomioides. This peperomia have thick, deep green & coin-shaped leaves. It might even flower. 


Did you know that peperomias store moisture in their leaves? They don’t need quite as much water as you might think. Bring plants to full dryness in summer before giving a deep watering. In winter reduce watering drastically and stop fertilizing.


These plants are in limited supply so don’t delay!


Please note that the plant will be pack carefully but they are such a fragile plant that it may lose a leaf or two in transit.

Peperomia Polybotrya

  • Light: Bright indirect light indoors - Full sun will only burn my leaves.

    Water: Allow the soil to dry out before watering and use a pot with a drainage hole!

    Temperature: Warmish area