The Peperomia Trailing Jade belongs to the Eden Gold line, a line that is characterized by exclusive, special house plants that can be recognized by the gray growing pot.
The botanical name of this special plant is Peperomia kimnachii. This Peperomia is a succulent-like plant, with upright oval-shaped leaves that supplement thickly because they store water in their leaves. The leaves are in a wreath around the red-brown stem. The leaf stalks turn red due to the sun. The stem can become very long, up to 1 meter, with a wreath with leaves every 10 cm. This Peperomia can easily stand in the full sun. Although it grows easily even with less sun. The plant is native to South America and especially to Bolivia. The plant needs little water and can also live without water for a long time.
The Peperomia family is a very large plant family of about 500 ornamental foliage plants and is related to the pepper plant. Most Peperomia variations originally come from the Amazon basin of South America, where they grow in warm and shaded conditions. Peperomias are easy to care for and suitable for most rooms in the home. Most plants produce a flower of a striking colour or small bell or spike flower.
For the Eden Collection, the best varieties have been selected and multiple new varieties are being discovered every year and also added to the collection.