Pilea Involucrata – MOON VALLEY
The Moon Valley Pilea, is inspired by its deeply dimpled leaves – thought to look like the craters and valleys on the moon. The leaves are bushy in nature and are typically a bright yellow-green with dark copper veins.
Plant Care Tips
LIGHT: Moderate to bright light is best but away from direct sunlight, which can scorch its leaves.
WATER: Allow the soil to dry out a bit between watering as it won't tolerate soggy soil and may get root rot.
GROWTH HABIT: Easy to grow and propagate from cutting and produces small, pink/green flowers.
SIZE: Will grow up to a half meter tall.