Baby Chinese Money Plant

(11 customer reviews)

£5.00

Pilea peperomioides

You might have seen a Chinese Money Plant in a glossy Scandinavian interior design magazine, or hashtagged on Instagram, and it’s no surprise. They are so beautiful. Her lily pad shaped leaves balance delicately on a long stem making her very unusual and quite intriguing. These ones are babies, but they grow SO quickly and they make little babies so easily too. Before you know it you’ll have loads of these ‘friendship’ plants to give to all your friends! 

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Availability: 3 in stock

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Light

Bright light will serve your Chinese Money Plant best. Her stems will grow towards the light source so if you don’t want her to grow wonky (I personally love a wonky CMP) then turn her whenever you water her so that a new spot gets some sun. 

Water

Let the soil dry out before you give her a good drink. She will tell you she’s thirsty if she’s a bit floppy. She will also do this if she’s overwatered too so make sure you check the soil before you water. 

Humidity

Your Chinese Money Plant won’t thank you for extra humidity. As long as your home/office isn’t excessively dry, you don’t need to worry about humidity. 

Temperature

Keep her nice and warm. She won’t take kindly to a frost.

Food 

You can feed your Chinese Money Plant with a normal house plant fertiliser or cacti fertiliser once a month if you so wish. 

Toxicity 

A purrrfect addition to your home of fur babies and small people.

Dimensions 12 × 25 cm

HELP! There’s something wrong with my Chinese Money Plant! 

Curled, domed leaves commonly mean a light problem, if her leaves are curling inwards then she’s not getting enough light or there is a watering issue. If her leaves curl outwards then she’s getting too much light, too got or again, a watering issue. (over or under watering) 

Yellow leaves aren’t always a cause for concern. The older leaves at the bottom of the plant will naturally go yellow in time. However, lots of yellow can mean that she’s been given too much water or has been sat in water. Let her dry out a bit before watering again.

11 reviews for Baby Chinese Money Plant

  1. Clare Saunders (verified owner)

    Very fast and helpful service. Easy to use online buying option. Great choice of different plants. Was delivered and protected well. Thanks team

  2. Cathy D. (verified owner)

    A healthy and happy looking plant. I love it.

  3. Rachel C. (verified owner)

    Doing well already. Another good starter size plant.

  4. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Stunning plant!

  5. Richard h. (verified owner)

  6. PAT H. (verified owner)

    Strange but lovely

  7. Kate (verified owner)

    Beautiful products as always! Love my new watering can, I have added to my pots collection and the Chinese money plant GORGEOUS and so full! Amazing service as per usual! Thank you 🙂

  8. Lisa (verified owner)

    One of my favs. It already has got a few new leaves. Just love the shape of this one. Beautiful!

  9. Emily (verified owner)

  10. Christine

    Its so cute, I love it. Thank you

  11. Louise (verified owner)

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