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The ultimate plant care for a Pilea Peperomioides

Pilea Peperomioides

The Pilea Peperomioides or Chinese Money Plant is an amazing plant for beginners. It shows you exactly what it needs and when it's not getting the care that it wants. It's a fast-growing houseplant, that should be watered once per week. This is not quite low-maintenance, but teaches any plant owner how to take care of plants.

To give you the best chance to take care of this plant, we've broken down the caring process into a few different steps. These steps are designed to provide you with the most in-depth information to teach you everything you need to know about caring for your plant.

  1. How to care for a Pilea Peperomioides
  2. How to make your soil retain more water?

With the guides that are listed below, you'll have everything you need to know about taking care of this exciting houseplant.

1. How to care for a Pilea Peperomioides

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How to care for a Pilea Peperomioides

The Pilea Peperomioides or Chinese Money Plant is a fast-growing succulent-like houseplant that is perfect for beginners. It shows you what it needs and when it's not happy. In this plant care guide, we're going to have a look at how to take care of this exciting houseplant.

Read "How to care for a Pilea Peperomioides"

2. How to make your soil retain more water?

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How to make your soil retain more water?

Moisture-loving plants thrive in soil that's moist most of the time. But how do you make sure your soil is moist without attracting pests or overwatering your plant? In this plant care guide, we're going to look at several ways you can improve the water retention of your soil to help your plants thrive.

Read "How to make your soil retain more water?"

The Pilea Peperomioides at a glance

Pilea Peperomioides
Water when top soil is dry
Prefers indirect sunlight
Fertilize once per month
Use moisture retaining soil

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