Peperomia angulata, or "Creeping Peperomia," is a charming plant with leaves that resemble succulents and look shiny, with lines on them. The plant's stems are thin and trail down, making it great for hanging or shelves. It likes medium light and fits well in small spaces. It's like a tiny artwork from nature for your home.
Every plant is unique and can therefore differ from the plant shown on the photo.
Light: Full Sun / Outdoor Shaded / Bright Indirect Light / Direct Morning Sun
Water: Water until it drains at the bottom of the pot Once a week or when the top 1-2" soil is dry
Remember to water your plants with intuition. If the leaves look droopy or shriveled, they probably need water. If they are dusty, give them a shower or wipe off their leaves.