Top down view of peperomia plants.


Would you like to grow your own beautiful indoor plants, but don’t know where to start? Peperomia plants (aka radiator plants) are easy to take care of and have low light requirements making them perfect for beginners. They are available in different shapes and coloring shading and you can even start a peperomia collection if you like variety. Use our guides down below to learn all you need to know to choose your own species and cultivars and find tips on caring for your plants.

How to Grow and Care for Ruby Glow Peperomia

A close up horizontal image of the pink and green bicolored succulent foliage of a ruby glow peperomia plant, pictured in light sunshine.

Ruby glow peperomia is a funky green and burgundy succulent plant that’s a breeze to care for. With its chunky, fleshy leaves, this perky and colorful houseplant will be good as gold sitting on a sunny windowsill and requires very little maintenance. Keep reading to learn how to grow and care for ruby glow peperomia.

17 of the Best Species of Peperomia to Grow at Home

A close up horizontal image of different types of peperomia.

Peperomias come in a huge range of sizes, shapes, leaf textures, and growth habits. There are species that look like succulents, and others that have lush, textured foliage. Whatever you’re looking for, there’s probably a radiator plant to fit the bill. Learn about 17 of the best peperomia varieties to grow at home.

Growing Peperomias: How to Care for Radiator Plants

A horizontal image of a peperomia plant growing in a ceramic pot indoors.

Get ready to meet peperomias! These unfussy and diverse houseplants come in multiple growth habits, sizes, and foliage shapes and colors. They’re undemanding, and bring greenery into your space without asking for much in return. Ready to learn how to plant, propagate, and care for radiator plants? Let’s get growing.