) has 1/2-inch-wide oval leaves with a rippled texture. Pinkish red stems contrast nicely with the green leaves.
'Jayde') has shiny teardrop-shape leaves up to 4 inches in diameter. It grows up to 18 inches tall.
'Rainbow') has elongated succulent leaves marked with a broad band of cream and a central swath of green and gray green. Stems and leaf edges are red. It is also sometimes called baby rubber plant.
) derives its name from its deeply crinkled, waxy leaves. 'Red Luna' has reddish leaves; 'Metallica' has leaves marked with silvery gray. 'Emerald Ripple' is the standard green leaf variety.
) is a dwarf plant that stays about 6 inches tall. 'Pixie' and 'Princess Astrid' are a couple commonly available varieties.
'Variegata') is more upright growing than most other peperomias, with large rounded, waxy leaves splashed with green and gold variegation.
) gets its name from its distinctive silver and green striped foliage that resembles a striped watermelon. It grows only 6 to 8 inches tall. It is sometimes called watermelon begonia although it is not related to begonias.
) has metallic silvery green leaves with a rippled texture. The deep green leaf veins stand in strong contrast to the silvery wash on the upper leaf surface. It is a small plant, remaining about 6 inches tall.