Peperomia cereoides is one of the succulent species, most known for its small pointy leaves basally branched on the thick stems. With its native range located in Peru and Brazil region, it prefers indirect bright light. Interestingly, it looks very much like the legs of an elephant, making it a perfect plant for cosy home decoration. It delights the eyes when it bursts into bloom with clusters of bright yet subtle yellow, long tail-like flowers on the upright tip of the stem.
||1.5'' - 2.3'' (4 - 6cm)