Internet #309484232

Model # 6PILEACONTEMP

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Pilea Peperomioides Sharing Plant in 6 in. Contemporary Planter

  • Chinese money plant requires bright indirect sunlight
  • Needs watering when the top inch of the potting mix dries
  • Pre-potted plant ideal for desk or tabletop
$ 39 98 /box

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Product Overview

  • Chinese money plant requires bright indirect sunlight
  • Needs watering when the top inch of the potting mix dries
  • Pre-potted plant ideal for desk or tabletop
Pilea Sharing Plant is a unique and trendy houseplant, loved for its round leaves that look like little umbrellas or lily pads (some even say flying saucers.). A relatively small indoor plant, it does not usually grow much larger than 18 in. tall and wide, making it perfect for displaying on desks and tabletops. Its interesting look makes this plant perfect for a variety of home decor styles, including Bohemian (boho), midcentury modern, and contemporary. Pilea Sharing Plant is ideal as a focal point, but also blends well with a variety of other houseplants. As it matures, it grows more of a trunk and naturally drops some of its lower leaves, so it looks more like a miniature tree. You may find Pilea Sharing Plant sold under a variety of common names, including Chinese money plant, UFO plant, pancake plant, and pass-it-on plant. While names like Chinese money plant and pancake plant refer to its leaf shape, the Pilea Sharing Plant and pass-it-on plant come from how easy it is to share with friends. It readily produces baby plants from the roots - you can carefully remove these baby plants, if you wish, to share the houseplant love with family, friends, and neighbors.
  • Pilea Sharing Plant grows best in bright, indirect light. In too little light, the leaves typically get a little pale and the plant grows thin and stretchy. If it gets too much direct sun, you may notice sunburn, which appears as bleached patches on the leaves.
  • Water Pilea Sharing Plant as the top inch or so of the potting mix dries to the touch. Its a relatively thirsty houseplant, so you may find you want to water it once a week or more.
  • Pruning Pilea Sharing Plant typically isnt necessary, except if you wish to remove any old leaves as they age and drop off.
  • Shipping at a minimum height of 12 inches.
  • Direct from farm, farm fresh

Product Overview

  • Chinese money plant requires bright indirect sunlight
  • Needs watering when the top inch of the potting mix dries
  • Pre-potted plant ideal for desk or tabletop
Model #: 6PILEACONTEMP
Internet #: 309484232

Pilea Sharing Plant is a unique and trendy houseplant, loved for its round leaves that look like little umbrellas or lily pads (some even say flying saucers.). A relatively small indoor plant, it does not usually grow much larger than 18 in. tall and wide, making it perfect for displaying on desks and tabletops. Its interesting look makes this plant perfect for a variety of home decor styles, including Bohemian (boho), midcentury modern, and contemporary. Pilea Sharing Plant is ideal as a focal point, but also blends well with a variety of other houseplants. As it matures, it grows more of a trunk and naturally drops some of its lower leaves, so it looks more like a miniature tree. You may find Pilea Sharing Plant sold under a variety of common names, including Chinese money plant, UFO plant, pancake plant, and pass-it-on plant. While names like Chinese money plant and pancake plant refer to its leaf shape, the Pilea Sharing Plant and pass-it-on plant come from how easy it is to share with friends. It readily produces baby plants from the roots - you can carefully remove these baby plants, if you wish, to share the houseplant love with family, friends, and neighbors.

  • Pilea Sharing Plant grows best in bright, indirect light. In too little light, the leaves typically get a little pale and the plant grows thin and stretchy. If it gets too much direct sun, you may notice sunburn, which appears as bleached patches on the leaves.
  • Water Pilea Sharing Plant as the top inch or so of the potting mix dries to the touch. Its a relatively thirsty houseplant, so you may find you want to water it once a week or more.
  • Pruning Pilea Sharing Plant typically isnt necessary, except if you wish to remove any old leaves as they age and drop off.
  • Shipping at a minimum height of 12 inches.
  • Direct from farm, farm fresh

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Specifications

Dimensions

Mature Height (in.)
18 in
Mature Width (in.)
12 in

Details

Additional Characteristics
Air Purifying,Prepotted
Average Shipping Height (in.)
10
Best Time to Plant
Spring
Blossom Color
No Blossoms
Botanical Name
Pilea peperomioides
Common Name
Chinese Money Plant
Fragrance
Non-Fragrant
Light Requirements
Bright Light
Mature Size
Large
Number of plants included (Pack-Size)
1
Returnable
180-Day
Water Requirements
Once a week

Specifications

Dimensions

Mature Height (in.)
18 in
Mature Width (in.)
12 in

Details

Additional Characteristics
Air Purifying,Prepotted
Average Shipping Height (in.)
10
Best Time to Plant
Spring
Blossom Color
No Blossoms
Botanical Name
Pilea peperomioides
Common Name
Chinese Money Plant
Fragrance
Non-Fragrant
Light Requirements
Bright Light
Mature Size
Large
Number of plants included (Pack-Size)
1
Returnable
180-Day
Water Requirements
Once a week

Questions & Answers

is the plant cat friendly?

I have several cats, and if they eat a leaf or two, are they posion,? I don't know that pothos are bad for cats.
Asked by: Michael
This plant is not poisonous to cats. Check the ASPCA online listings of toxic and nontoxic plants for more information.
Answered by: Viola
Date published: 2020-02-11

Does the planter have a drainage hole?

Does the planter have a drainage hole?
Asked by: BrownThumb
Hi Brownthumb! The planter does have a drain hole and a saucer. The saucer is attached at the base of the pot but can be removed. We hope this helps!
Answered by: Costa Farms
Date published: 2019-07-29

Is the planter ceramic or plastic?

Asked by: Shopper
plastic
Answered by: Plantlady2
Date published: 2019-11-01

It says box... so how many come in a box?

Asked by: Jpom
One
Answered by: Plantlady2
Date published: 2019-11-01
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