- Like most indoor plants the Chinese Money Plant doesn't like direct hot sunlight, so position in your home where it will receive filtered light
- For even growth turn your Chinese Money Plant weekly
- Allow the top layer of soil to dry between waterings. If your plant starts to droop, this is a sign that it needs a water. Remember to adjust your watering for the different seasons
The Pilea peperomioides is native to China and is commonly called the Chinese Money Plant, Pancake Plant, Missionary Plant or UFO Plant. The Chinese Money Plant is an erect, succulent evergreen perennial. It has attractive bright green pancake-shaped leaves (hence why its is sometimes called Pancake Plant) balancing on long slender stems. The branch axis is greenish to dark brown.