Does she look familiar? Pilea Peperomioides is the trendy plant that's on every interior designer's Instagram. Until recently, they were impossibly hard to find! With cute coin-shaped leaves, this plant has earned the nickname Chinese Money Plant, Pancake Plant, and UFO Plant, to name a few. Place your plant in a bright spot (no direct light, though, please!) and water only when top few inches of soil feel dry to the touch...We like to look for a little leaf droop before giving our Pilea plants a drink. Chinese Money Plants can tend to lean towards the light, so we suggest rotating your plant regularly to keep it's spine upright!
* Plant comes in a 4" diameter plastic pot.
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