Pilea Peperomioides (Chinese Money Plant)

From: £28.80

Pilea Peperomioides is a popular little succulent, with smooth, round, fleshy, mid-green leaves on long stalks.

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    Add professional planting of your plant to ensure it continues to be as vibrant as it was the day it arrived.

    Our knowledgeable team will lovingly plant your chosen pot with professional potting compost and a water reservoir system. Our partners at Benholm Group have years of experience in great planting and know what’s best for each variety of plant, while you watch it grow and thrive.

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How often to water your plants

For most plants, the general rule is to see if the first inch or so of soil is dry. If dry, this is an indication that the plant needs water. Shrivelled/dry leaves might indicate a need a little extra water whereas black leaf ends can mean overwatering.

Prune Your Plants

If you see the tips of the leaves on your plant dying, you can trim them to keep it looking tidy. Any excess stem growth on some species can be carefully cut back. This will help your plant grow fuller and stronger.

Don’t forget to dust

Plants that gather too much dust on their leaves can have the sunlight blocked, stopping them from growing and thriving. A gentle wipe every month or so will fix this and keep them looking stunning.

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Pilea Peperomioides (Chinese Money Plant)

Pilea Peperomioides is a popular little succulent, with smooth, round, fleshy, mid-green leaves on long stalks.

If you are looking for a chic, modern houseplant, then this is it. Very much on trend with cool, minimalist, urban appeal.

Moderate to bright, indirect light but will tolerate partial shade – avoid direct sunlight.

Although we aim to match the styles shown in the images, alternative blooms may be used as flower types will vary depending on seasonal availability.

“We aim to bring the
bloom to every bouquet”

What our specialists say

Make sure to fine the right spot for your plants. Not enough sun or too much sun can be the different between planting struggling or thriving!

Regularly trimming the leaves on your plants will keep them looking fresh. Be sure to look for any leaves that have browned in the sun or are wilting!

The easiet way to check if your plants needs watered is to press your fingers into the soil until the first knuckle is covered. If your fingers are damp, then no water necessary!