This is an interesting species of Peperomia from the Tingo Maria area of Peru. The compact plant will produce upright stems that get to be about 3 inches or so tall. At this point new growths will start from the base. Eventually a pretty clump, with the red hairy stems and round intricately marked leaves will form. To add to the attractiveness, the new growth will come out with a lot of red tones. And of course the fuzziness of […]
This exceptional aroid is from Peru and is an incredibly small species. The leaves stay around 1/4 inch and grow in a shingling fashion (very tightly) and slowly. A 12 leaf piece is only about 1.5 inches long. It has winged petioles like a pteromeschium sector species. It took over two years to grow.