Contrary to what you may see online, the Pilea plant family goes beyond just the Pilea Peperomioides. The Peperomioides is one of the most popular kinds of Pilea houseplants that people know about. There are many types of Pilea plants that are popular to have as indoor plants. Below are some care guides for different types of Pileas and some common problems that people have with these houseplants.
- Chinese Money Plant (Pilea Peperomioides)
- Moon Valley Friendship Plant (Pilea Mollis)
- Aluminum Plant (Pilea Cadierei Minima)
- Artillery Plant (Pilea Microphylla)
- Dark Mystery Pilea
- Pilea Glauca ‘Mystifall’ (Pilea Libanensis)
- Norfolk Friendship Plant (Pilea Spruceana ‘Norfolk’)
- Silver Tree Pilea (Pilea Spruceana ‘Silver Tree’)
- Pilea Repens
Care Guides for Different Types of Pilea Plants
Pilea Moon Valley Plant Care: How to Care for Your Moon Valley Friendship Plant
Pilea Moon Valley plants have one of the most interesting and beautiful textures of any…
Pilea Glauca ‘Mystifall’ Care Guide (Red Stem Pilea)
The Pilea Glauca Mystifall (aka Pilea Aquamarine or Red Stemmed Pilea) is a trailing indoor…
Chinese Money Plant Care Guide (Pilea Peperomioides)
Chinese Money Plants, or as they are also called Pilea Peperomioides, have gained popularity recently…
Common Pilea Problems and Issues
Why Is My Pilea Moon Valley Drooping?
Pilea Moon Valley Friendship plants (Pilea Mollis) are very unique-looking houseplants that many find fascinating…
Why Is My Chinese Money Plant Drooping?
While it is normal for a slight downward curve on a Chinese Money Plant’s (Pilea…
Why Are My Pilea Moon Valley Leaves Turning Brown?
Originally from South and Central America, Pilea Moon Valley Friendship Plant (aka Pilea Mollis, Pilea…
Pilea Moon Valley Watering Guide
Pilea Moon Valley Friendship plants are known to be a bit touchy when it comes…
Does the Pilea Moon Valley (Pilea Mollis) Flower?
The Pilea Moon Valley Friendship Plant, which is also called the Pilea Mollis is commonly…