This small houseplant leaves a big impression. Peperomia albovittatata piccolo banda is a tropical perennial that packs a punch when it comes to foliage. Sometimes called Peacock, this popular houseplant is known for its showy leaves. The round, thick leaves are silver and green with distinct dark green or purple veins. The red stems are fleshy. Its flowers, which grow in bushy spikes, are insignificant. The star of the show here is the foliage, which makes this one the ideal houseplant for a desk, dresser, or side table.
Peperomia albovittata Piccolo Banda prefers bright, indirect light, cooler temperatures, and high humidity. Avoid overwatering. Check soil to be sure it is dry before watering.