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Pilea peperomioides / Chinese money plant

$10 each Contactless pick up Paradise point

$10
Paradise Point, QLD

19/01/2022

Chinese Money Plant -pickup Cannon Hill

30 cm tall Piles peperomioides is an easy to grow modern looking houseplant. Also called the Chinese Money Plant or Pancake Plant, it's straightforward to care for and simple to propagate. Whether you're a newbie to houseplants or a seasoned expert, a Pilea peperomioides plant is sure to be a welcome addition to any indoor plant collection. Pick up Cannon Hill

$20
Carina, QLD

04/01/2022

Cheap plants !!

Plant stand out at the start of Casuarina Drive, little Mountain. Honesty box system, please pop coins in letter box Plants in coffee cups $1 Plants in plastic pots $2 Lots of species to choose from including Bromeliads Spider Plants Coffee bean trees (seedlings) Pepperomia Silver sparkle (pilea gluaca) Succulents Snake plants Longevity spinach Chilli Hibiscus Coleus Dragon fruit Desert rose Flapjack Succulents Fire sticks And more

$1
Little Mountain, QLD

03/01/2022

Pilea libanensis Silver Sprinkles- Indoor plant or for hanging pots

Plant is available from Darra (Monday-Friday) or Fernvale.

$15
Darra, QLD

01/01/2022

Large Pilea peperomioides - indoor or shade plant

Large plant with many babies plants Very healthy Pickup Stretton But I do have one pot at woolloongabba

$35
East Brisbane, QLD

25/12/2021

Pilea Aluminium plants

Pick up Little Mountain Caloundra

$12
Little Mountain, QLD

04/09/2021

Pilea Peperomioides chinese money plant

The Chinese money plant (or Pilea) is frequently featured in Scandinavian interiors, where its bright green pancake-shaped leaves provide an adorable and welcome burst of color against white walls. Where to Grow Light-wise, the best situation for a Chinese money plant is bright light, with no direct sunlight. Direct sun scorches leaves, and light shade may encourage larger leaves. They’re said to be hardy down to freezing, and a period of cool temperatures may make them more likely to produce

$10Negotiable
Ipswich, QLD

28/02/2019

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