This member of the
Peperomiaceae family was given this name by Arthur William Hill in
1907. It is only found in Bolivia, growing in a rich soil with some
water and little to some sun. The plant appears to grow rather flat,
only three centimetres high with a span of 20 centimetres. The up to
six centimetre caudex, which sits just under the surface can be
exposed. The inflorescent are green.
It might grow all year
or even at wintertime, given the right conditions.