Light: Pilea peperomioides does best when grown in bright indirect light. If grown in medium light you'll need to water less often than if your plant is grown in brighter light.
Water: Because of its thick, succulent leaves your Pilea peperomioides should be allowed to go almost completely dry in-between watering. When Pilea peperomioides is thirsty the leaves will be noticeably softer and look droopier.
Did you know? Pilea peperomioides flowers! It produces clusters of tiny, delicate white flowers!
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