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V7200 |New

$49.00

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$49.00

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Each of its lily pad-like leaves float on dainty-looking stems that will bob around independently in a gentle breeze. Place this Pilea 'Chinese Money' Plant on a side table or coffee table for a sweet touch of greenery that will make you smile. Towards the upper part of every single leaf will be a white or lighter shade of green dot where the stem meets the leaf and holds it in place.

The Pilea hasn't been a houseplant for very long. In the 1940s, the plant was brought to Norway by a Norwegian missionary who was living in China. The plant slowly spread through people sharing its "pups" and within the last few years, it has made its way here to the states. It is quick and easy to propagate and a great plant for all types of rooms, kitchens, and offices.

Your Pilea will do best in bright but indirect sunlight. Direct sunlight will scorch the leaves. This plant can adapt to lower light but the leaves will turn a darker green and the stems will stretch more.

Allow the soil to dry in between waterings, as Pilea does not like soggy soil. If the leaves start looking droopy, it is time to water your plant. They will require more water in warmer weather. Pilea plants enjoy normal household temperatures of about 65°- 75° F.

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  • Each of its lily pad-like leaves float on dainty-looking stems that will bob around independently in a gentle breeze
  • Place this Pilea 'Chinese Money' Plant on a side table, coffee table, or hang on a wall from the attached jute cord for a sweet touch of greenery that will make you smile
  • Towards the upper part of every single leaf will be a white or lighter shade of green dot where the stem meets the leaf and holds it in place
  • Plant arrives in moss attached to a frame which can be set atop a surface
  • Your Pilea will do best in bright but indirect sunlight. Direct sunlight will scorch the leaves. This plant can adapt to lower light but the leaves will turn a darker green and the stems will stretch more.
  • Allow the soil to dry in between waterings, as Pilea does not like soggy soil. If the leaves start looking droopy, it is time to water your plant. They will require more water in warmer weather.

Plant is 4" when it arrives

Why are my leaves turning yellow

This is very likely due to over-watering. While the soil should remain damp, it should not be wet. You should only water your Pilea when the top 25% of the soil is dry.

Why are my leaves drooping

Drooping leaves can be caused by both over-watering and under-watering. If the soil appears overly dry, watering your plant should perk it right up. If the soil is not dry and instead appears wet, try watering your plant less frequently.

Why are my leaves curling inward and cupping

Leaves can begin to curl when the plant is not receiving enough light. Try moving your Pilea to an area with more light. Pilea plants do best in bright, indirect sunlight.


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