Also known as: Missionary Plant / Pancake Plant / Coin Plant
Pilea peperemoides : AIR PURIFIER!
With attractive green pancake-shaped leaves, this plant lowers air pollution, such a Formaldehyde and Xylene.
It is known to symbolize abundance, and the invitation to good fortune. Legend says that by placing a coin in the soil will attract wealth.
Melbourne Metro delivery only
Origin: Southern China, at the foot of the Himalayas. Rediscovered by a Norwegian Missionary and introduced to the world.
Water: Once a week. Allow soil to dry before watering.
Light: Medium indirect light.
Current size (approx.) H 18cm x W12cm
Care: Hardy, low maintenance indoor plant. Keep out of reach of children and animals.
Beautifully presented with a choice of a white or grey textured ceramic pot.
*Many other pots available, contact directly to enquire
Common Toxins That Plague Our Indoor Space:
Can be released into the air from furniture and flooring, as well as common household items such as tissues, serviettes, wood products, synthetic fabrics, nail polish, air fresheners, hair products
Commonly found in paint, varnishes and household cleaners
Commonly found in adhesives, lubricants, vehicle exhausts and detergents.
Commonly found in cleaning products and fertilisers.
Commonly fund in nail polish, tobacco smoke and paint.