The Tricolor Peperomia adapts to indoor environments pretty fast. Coming from the Piperaceae family, this deep-colored perennial houseplant is native to both tropical and sub-tropical parts of South America. It also traces its roots back in Central America. It’s commonly grown in pots over gardens since it’s far easier to control the moisture, sunlight, and temperature conditions it needs to thrive.
Other names it commonly goes by are Red Edge Peperomia and Tricolor Peperomia. The Tricolor Peperomia, same as most other species in the Piperaceae family is known for being low-maintenance. And that makes it a classic option for any beginner looking to dive into the world of gardening. Its structure is firm enough to make the plant grow in an upright position and the leaves have a dark-green tone that looks winning throughout the seasons.