Pilea Depressa Sao Paulo

Pilea Depressa Sao Paulo

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Description

Height

20 cm

Potsize

12 cm

Botanical name

Pilea Depressa Sao Paulo

Toxic to pets

No

Care

Watering Requires water once a week
Best location Grows best with medium light. Can't withstand full sun
Plant nutrition It is best if you add plant nutrition once every 2 weeks during the summer
Repotting After purchase, repotting is not necessary. The plant should then be repotted preferably every 2 years

Description

Introducing the Pilea Depressa, a charming plant that adds a touch of greenery to any space.

Origin

The Pilea Depressa, also known as the "depressed clearweed," is native to the tropical regions of the Caribbean. With its small leaves, this plant brings a touch of liveliness to your interior.

Care

To get the best out of your Pilea Depressa, the plant needs a bright spot. However, always avoid direct sunlight, especially during the hottest hours of the day.

When watering the Pilea, it's essential to keep the soil evenly moist. Avoid soaking it, as too much water can lead to root rot.

Additionally, make sure the Pilea Depressa is protected from drafts, as this can damage the leaves.

The Pilea Depressa is a lovely addition to any plant collection and will brighten up your interior with its cheerful appearance.

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Height (incl. pot)20 cm
Pot size Ø12 cm
Decorative potWith decorative pot options
Botanical namePilea Depressa Sao Paulo
NicknamesChinese money plant, UFO plant, Friendship plant, Missionary plant, Pancake plant
Quantity1
AttributesAir-purifying, Easy to care for, Green, Non-toxic / Pet-friendly, Small
Suitable forOffice, Living room, Bedroom
LocationIndirect sunlight
WateringRequires water once a week
Best locationGrows best with medium light. Can't withstand full sun
Plant nutritionIt is best if you add plant nutrition once every 2 weeks during the summer
RepottingAfter purchase, repotting is not necessary. The plant should then be repotted preferably every 2 years
ToxicNo