Peperomia (Pepper Face) Pilea Peperomioides – Chinese Money Plant

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Size: 22cm overall height


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The Chinese Money Plant, also known as Pilea Peperomioides, is a stunning green plant that has grown to be one of the most well-liked in the entire world. This plant, which belongs to the stinging nettle family, is extremely simple to maintain. This amazing little plant is just stunning. With its spherical, dark green leaves, this indoor jungle plant is wonderfully shaped to provide some appeal.

All Peperomia plants are low maintenance, slow-growing, and can be planted all year long. Peperomia sports ornamental foliage leaves can be textured or smooth in red, green, gray, or purple; variegated, marbled, or solid; large, heart-shaped, or tiny that make Peperomia plant can look so different from one to other.

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Benefits of House Plants

House plants can improve the air quality in your home by removing toxins and pollutants from the air. They can also increase the humidity in a room, which can be beneficial in dry environments. In addition to their practical benefits, house plants can also be aesthetically pleasing and can help to bring a sense of calm and relaxation to a space. Some studies have shown that being around plants can help to reduce stress and improve mood, and can even improve focus and productivity. Taking care of a house plant can also provide a sense of accomplishment and can improve your overall sense of well-being.

Plant Height

This is a small plant which comes at a height of 22 cm and can grow till 30 cm.


The suggested pot size is 11–12 cm in diameter and 14 cm in height.​


Trim back about one-third of the plant to maintain its shape and encourage new growth


Add fertilizer once every two weeks to ensure your plant grows healthy and happy.


The Pilea Peperomioides likes to be in moist soil, but should also dry out for 1-2 days. This makes it very easy to water, because you can stick to an easy watering schedule: water it once per week. When you water your Pilea once per week, when it’s planted in its ideal soil, it will be in moist soil for about 5 days.
Your pilea enjoys weekly watering sessions, but ensure you allow its soil to completely dry out between waterings to prevent overwatering and root rot. During the winter months feel free to only water fortnightly.
Pilea peperomioides is a low maintenance species that thrives in a bright spot near a window, but it is best to keep the plant out of direct sunlight as too much direct sun can cause the leaves to burn.