Hello Darling, I am Lucy. Most people call me 'Lucky Lucy' and that's not just a recent thing. For ages and ages in ancient history I have been known for helping financial manifestations. Rumour has it, if you put a penny in my soil and rub my leaves you will attract money. I will keep all of my roots crossed because my biggest dream is to have a pure gold pot one day.
Small Height (including nursery pot) 20cm; pot diameter 12cm. (Fits a 12-14cm pot)
Health Benefits- Ancient financial luck attractor
Pet safe- Pet and baby safe
Lighting for you Pilea Peperomioides
Lucy likes bright indirect sunlight. She also tolerates low levels of lighting which may make her leaves spread out a bit more. Afternoon direct light should be avoided as her leaves will burn. Rotate Lucy every 2-3 days as she will grow quickly towards the sun and become one sided.
Watering your Pilea Peperomioides Plant
In the summer from March to September, we recommend watering twice a week. Watering Wednesday and Soak Sunday.
In the winter from October to February reduce watering to once a week or less. Still use your finger to test her soil and water if required. Houseplant watering guide
Lucy will droop her leaves when she needs watering, especially in warmer weather.
Humidity for your Pilea Peperomioides
Lucy will tolerate normal room humidity.
Fertiliser for your Pilea Peperomioides
From March to August give Lucy some houseplant fertiliser every two months when watering.
Repotting your Pilea Peperomioides
When the roots start to grow out of the bottom opening of the pot, it is time to put Lucy into a larger pot. For soil, we recommend a well draining soil.
Pilea Peperomioides Care Problems
White spots can be caused by chemicals in tap water, use filtered or rainwater to make Lucy extra happy.