Chinese Money Plant (Pilea peperomioides) needs bright light but no direct sunlight. Sunlight can scorch its leaves.

Use a pot with drainage holes and a well-draining potting soil. Let dry between waterings. If the leaves start to look droopy, the plant needs watering.

A period of cool temperatures may make it more likely to produce tiny white flowers on pink stems.

Fertilize once a year using a time-released fertilizer in the spring.

This plant produces little plants at the roots that can be removed and shared thus it is commonly called “pass-it-on” plant.

Common Names: Pancake plant, UFO plant, lefse plant, missionary plant, “Bender Plant”, mirror grass or pass-it-on plant

Origin: It is originally from the southwestern Yunnan province of China

Available in 6 inch

Chinese Money Plant is not meant for human or animal consumption.