Here are the Best Trailing Peperomias that will look great in small pots and hanging baskets! They are perfect to add an appeal to modern living spaces!
If you love your plants in hanging baskets then here are the best Best Trailing Peperomias you can grow! They are easy to maintain and look fabulous!
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Best Trailing Peperomias
1. Cupid Peperomia
Botanical Name: Peperomia scandens ‘Variegata’
This trailing variety is the variegated version of peperomia scandens. As the name suggests, the heart-shaped light-green leaves have creamy gold edges.
2. Isabella Peperomia
Botanical Name: Peperomia hoffmanii
The plant features pretty small succulent leaves on round rope-like trailing vines. This small creeper is an ideal choice for hanging baskets!
3. Perciliata Peperomia
Botanical Name: Peperomia perciliata
This beautiful peperomia cultivar grows up to 8-10 inches wide. The small, heart-shaped green leaves on red stems look adorable.
4. Vining Peperomia
Botanical Name: Peperomia serpens
The heart-shaped leaves have deep veins and the trailing growth pattern makes it an ideal choice for hanging baskets and terrariums.
5. String of Turtles
Botanical Name: Peperomia prostrata
This trailing variety offers round dark green to purple-hued foliage patterned in white veins. It looks great in hanging baskets where it cascades over the sides of the containers.
6. Red Edge Peperomia
Botanical Name: Peperomia clusiifolia
This attractive houseplant displays green leaves with a cream strip that wanes to pink then red around the edges. The rope-like red vining stems add more beauty to its look!
7. Beetle Peperomia
Botanical Name: Peperomia quadrangularis
Beetle peperomia is another beautiful trailing cultivar that is worth growing in your home in hanging planters! It offers dark green leaves on red stems.
8. Ruby Cascade Peperomia
Botanical Name: Peperomia ‘Ruby Cascade’
This lovely peperomia variety has coin-like green leaves with purple undersides on thin ruby-red stems. It suits best in hanging baskets.
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9. Belly Button Peperomia
Botanical Name: Peperomia verticillata
This longest trailing variety grows up to 2-4 feet long, covering the pot beautifully with oval, small, velvety-textured deep green leaves.
10. Vining Pepper Plant
Botanical Name: Peperomia dahlstedtii
This epiphyte peperomia variety shows off longitudinal light green stripes on the dark green leaves that contrast really well with the thin stems.
11. Creeping Hearts Peperomia
Botanical Name: Peperomia fagerlindii
Peperomia Fagerlindii offers dainty tiny round leaves on purple stems. The foliage has a distinct heart shape, which looks stunning.
12. Japonica Peperomia
Botanical Name: Peperomia japonica
This small-leafed cultivar features tiny oval-shaped green leaves that cover the entire pot beautifully.
13. Trailing Jade
Botanical Name: Peperomia rotundifolia
This delightful cultivar exhibits plumped round leaves with unnoticeable light stripes on trailing stems.
14. Parallel Peperomia
Botanical Name: Peperomia tetragona
The almond-shaped foliage has alternating stripes in the green and off-white shade, that pair perfectly with the orange stems.
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15. Itsy Bitsy Peperomia
Botanical Name: Peperomia rubella
The two-tone foliage of the plant, with green on top and maroon on the bottom. looks stunning on scarlet stems. Give it a lot of bright indirect light for the best color.
16. Eburnea Peperomia
Botanical Name: Peperomia eburnea
This trailing cultivar showcases elegant heart-shaped leaves with tulip-like tips and prominent white mid-vein on red stems.