The Pilea peperomioides thrives in medium to bright indirect light. Rotate your plant regularly to keep it looking symmetrical.
Allow the plant to nearly dry out between waterings and then water well. The leaves of Pilea peperomioides will begin to droop when it dries out, which is a good indication that it’s time for watering.
The average household temperature and humidity are fine for the Pilea peperomioides. Where possible, avoid overly dry conditions, which usually means keeping the plant away from heating vents or baseboards.
Average indoor temperatures of 18-26°C are best for an Aglaenoma.
During spring and summer, feed once a month with a general houseplant food. No feeding is necessary during the winter when plant growth naturally slows.
A Pilea is considered non toxic to humans and pets if ingested.
The pilea is named the 'Chinese Money plant' or 'Sharng plant'
They have lots of pups which is thought to bring you good luck when you pot on the pups and give them away