Common name: Chinese money plant
The chinese money plant or Pilea Perperomioides has been spread amongst amateur gardeners via cuttings without being well-known to botanists. Which is probably why it is slightly harder to find in many regions. These plants are low maintenance and can be propagated very easily.
Bright light, and it can handle some direct sun. The leaves may turn darker in shady spots
Water once a week. Don’t let the plant sit in water, but also don’t let the soil completely dry out
This plant requires some care
It is safe for your pets
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