Little Book, Big Plants by Emma Sibley

Little Book, Big Plants by Emma Sibley

Author:Emma Sibley [Emma Sibley]
Language: eng
Format: epub
Publisher: Quadrille Publishing Ltd
Published: 2020-02-24T00:00:00+00:00




Up to 30cm (1ft)

Not toxic

S/S water once a week

A/W water every few weeks, allowing the compost to fully dry out inbetween

S/S feed once a month

With its enthusiasm for producing delightful, quirky-looking succulent pups, the Chinese Money Plant, also known as the Pilea, is everywhere.

The round pancake leaves and the plant’s ability to grow in an almost spherical way makes it a great display specimen. The Chinese Money Plant likes bright, indirect light and as its leaves and stem will grow towards the light, regularly turn the pot once or twice a week. As the plant grows taller, it may need some extra support to ensure it doesn’t get too top heavy.


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