These little Pilea peperomiodes are currently all the rage, often passed on as a lucky plant ("lucky coin"), Friendship Plant or Chinese Money Plant.
One of the easiest plants to propagate from cuttings with their little pups shooting out making it easy to pick them off and plant. They actually don’t even need to be very large, they can be just a year old and give you little babies (usually in the spring). Although most of the Pilea come from Tropical America, this species occurs only in China. Where is naturally grows on shady, damp rocks in forests at high altitudes. It is very rare and possibly endangered in the wild. However, it is kept in China and the wider world as an ornamental plant, if you can get your hands on it.
Since constant temperatures and high humidity have a positive effect on the plants growth, this plant species is suitable for planting in rocky terrariums. And if you hate watering or just plain forget, they will let you know you haven’t been on par with you're watering methods by getting a few yellowing or curling leaves, but don't panic, they tend to recover quickly.
Pot & Plant Dimensions; 8cm(W) x 12cm(H)
*Please note due to quarantine restrictions this plant can only be posted to QLD, NSW & VIC
*Ceramic planter/s in image not included.