It is grown primarily for its unique foliage – and although it can produce small, white flowers throughout the spring months, the Pilea peperomioides often does not flower when grown indoors. Learn how to grow this attractive houseplant!
|Botanical Name||Pilea peperomioides|
|Common Name||Chinese money plant, coin plant, pancake plant, UFO plant|
|Plant Type||Evergreen perennial|
|Mature Size||12 inches tall|
|Sun Exposure||Bright indirect light|
|Soil Type||Well-draining, rich|