The watermelon peperomia is easily recognized by its "watermelon" striped, round foliage. These thick, succulent-type leaves, hold onto water and will wrinkly and slightly droop when thirsty. Allow your media to slightly dry between watering, as peperomia will not tolerate "wet feet" or overwatering (leading to root rot). If your foliage becomes soft and mushy, or starts falling or dropping leaves, ease back on the watering and allow to dry more. Place in a medium-lit area, out of super intense, bright, direct light, as the rays can burn your foliage. These can be easily water propagated or propagated by leaf division, simply taking a sizeable leaf and allowing it to sit halfway submerged into your media, and new growth will appear within a few weeks!