Pilea Peperomioides is also known as Chinese Money plant, Missionary plant and Pancake plant
There is a fascinating story about this plant.
– What’s important is to not keep the soil wet, but let it dry out a bit in between watering, but also don’t let it dry out completely either. Watering should be reduced during the winter months. Its preferred active growing temperature rages from between 10ºc to 24ºc.
– Avoid direct light as this can burn the leaves. Instead, they prefer indirect lighting to partial shade.
– prefers moist, fertile, well-drained soils.