How to Care for a Pilea Peperomioides (Chinese Money Plant)
Light: Chinese Money Plant are best placed in bright to medium indirect sunlight. The sun should not hit the leaves directly. They can tolerate lower and indirect light, but they are not suited for direct sun.
Water: Pilea Peperomioides should dry out between waterings. Once a week is just fine, but checking the soil is best. If the top two inches of soil are dry, it's ready for water.
Humidity: Any humidity inside your home is great for a Chinese Money Plant
Chinese Money Plant Information
Pilea peperomioides is an easy to grow and good-looking tropical houseplant. it is originally from the southwestern Yunnan province of China. Also called the Chinese Money Plant or Pancake Plant, it's simple to care for and is great for new plant lovers. It is sure to be a welcome addition to any indoor plant collection.
The Chinese Money Plant originally came from China and has flat round shape to its leaves. The leaves looked like a coin, which gave rise to it's name of the "Chinese Money Plant".
Some say that each leaf looks like a lily pad. Near the upper part of every leaf will be a white, or lighter green dot, where the stem and the leaf meet.