Raindrop Chinese money plant (Peperomia Polybotrya)
The 'raindrop' Chinese money plant, is originally from the southwestern Yunnan province of China. Peperomia is a very wide genera of plants, used most often for ornamental indoor foliage. Peperomia polybotrya have large, thick, heart shaped leaves. They're commonly known as the coin leaf plant due to their big round leaves. They like bright indirect light and watering when the top inch of soil is dry.
Similar to its cousin Pilea Peperomioides, they are a must have house plant!
Size (Can grow to)
The coin-leaf peperomia doesn’t get very big. With proper care, it may achieve a size of at least 30cm tall. Its interesting foliage can grow up to 20-25cm wide when mature
This is a hardy plant if you place it in the right spot. When grown indoors, place Peperomia Polybotrya near a window with bright light. However, avoid direct afternoon sunlight, which may burn the leaves.
Medium. During the spring and summer, thoroughly water plants and allow the soil to dry between watering.
It’s easy to overwater these plants if you’ve never cared for succulent peperomia plants before. The stems and leaves store water, which allows the plant to go longer without water.