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Pilea peperomioides, known as Chinese money plant, pancake plant, UFO plant, lefse plant, or missionary plant, is a species of flowering plant in the nettle family Urticaceae, native to Yunnan Province in southern China
What is important is that the container you choose has drainage holes in the bottom so the roots do not stay too wet. You can water the Pileas about once a week. What’s important is to not keep the soil wet, but let it dry out a bit in between waterings and do not let it dry out completely.
Pileas love a spot in front of a window where they get a lot of light, but almost no direct sunlight. This is where they grow best. In a spot where there is more shade, they will do fine too, but the leaves might turn a darker green. Too much direct sunlight might scorch the leaves. You can rotate your plants a few times a week because the leaves grow in the direction of the sun.
Fertilize your pancake plant once in a month