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25 cm 14 cm

Pilea (pannenkoekenplant) Peperomioides

The Pilea (pancake plant) is a popular houseplant. However, these two species have a different leaf and you will therefore not easily encounter them.
Pilea (pannenkoekenplant)
Pilea (pannenkoekenplant)
Height (incl. pot):
± 25 cm
Pot ⌀:
14 cm
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This Pilea is originally from China. It is a trendy and very popular plant that is also easy to care for.


The Pilea would like a little water regularly. Keep the plant slightly moist but do not let it get too dry. Check this by putting a finger into the ground every now and then. Prefer not to have wet feet (root rot).


The Pilea likes to be in the light, but beware of too much direct sunlight, especially in the summer. The young leaves can then shrivel. If the plant is too dark, you can see this by the discoloration (yellow) of the leaves. It is wise to find that another place.


To give the plant space to grow, you can repot it over time so that the plant can make new cuttings. You can do this by repotting the plant in a pot that is 20% larger than the current pot.


The plant does not need much nutrition, you can choose to do this but in any case do not give much.

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