Peperomia prostrata - String of Turtles 4" nursery pot
This highly sought after trailing/prostrate Peperomia is commonly known as 'String of Turtles' because it's small, round medium green leaves have a chocolate spotted pattern that resembles a turtle shell. You can err on the side of benign neglect with these and allow them to get fairly dry between waterings. You want to put them in medium or bright indirect light in a container with good drainage and at least some succulent soil mixed with your regular potting mix. They like to drain quickly, have some good light on their tops and soon they root into the container and start to delicately trail over the edges.
Just 1 available for the moment -- we should have a few in spring. 4" nursery pot, nicely rooted and starting to take off.