How to Care for the Chinese Money Plant

Are you looking for a unique houseplant to add some life and color to your home?  Then, the Chinese Money Plant is a great ideal choice!

About The Chinese Money Plant

Scientific Name: Pilea peperomioides. Common Names: the Chinese money plant, UFO plant, pancake plant, or missionary plant.

Watering the Chinese Money Plant is important to keep it healthy and thriving. Knowing how much water to give, when to water, and signs of overwatering are all key factors in caring for this plant.

Watering the Chinese Money Plant

The Chinese Money Plant should be watered every two weeks with about one cup of lukewarm water per pot size.

How Much Water?

Depending on where you live and how much light your plant gets, you may need to adjust how often you’re watering your Chinese Money Plant.

Frequency of Watering:

Signs that your Chinese Money Plant has been overwatered include yellow leaves, drooping foliage, wilting stems, and roots turning black or mushy when touched lightly.

Signs of Overwatering:

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