Pilea also called 'Chinese Money Plant' or 'Coin Plant' Thrives in bright direct light, but can tolerate bright to medium indirect light. Allow the top 2”-3” of the Pilea peperomioides' soil to dry between waterings. Typically, watering this plant once a week will suffice. Drooping leaves can be an indication that the plant is ready for water, but always test the soil to confirm your diagnosis. Rotate your plant periodically to ensure even growth on all sides and dust the leaves often so the plant can photosynthesize efficiently. 4" Pilea can be dropped or planted into a decorative 4" pot or a decorative 6" pot because they are fast growers. Photo shows one from Deb’s kitchen in a 4” polka dot planter (available separately). Propogation: Pilea plants make baby plants over time that can be gently pulled apart from the 'mother' plant and repotted.