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Pilea Peperomioides

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The Pilea peperomioides is also known as the Pancake Plant or UFO Plant because of its quirky, coin-shaped leaves. This easy-care plant is a self-propagator – it produces sweet little babies or “pups” on its own, which pop up from the soil surrounding the mother plant.

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Composition

Arrives in a nủey grow pot

Wearing

Model is 1.84 m wearing
size M

Washing Instructions
washing-instruction
Machine wash, no ironing, don’t dry clean, don’t tumble dry

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DescriptionThe Pilea peperomioides is also known as the Pancake Plant or UFO Plant because of its quirky, coin-shaped leaves.While we love our solid-colored green plants, we do love a pattern! Check out our new Ficus Tineke, or variegated rubber tree, known for its beautiful pink, green, and yellow leaves. f you’re looking for the perfect tropical houseplant, look no further than the Bird’s Nest Fern Nidus. Known for its tropical light green, often crinkled fronds this plant will add vibrant pop of green to any space.The Peperomia obtusifolia, also known as the Baby Rubber Plant, is an easy-going houseplant characterized by its thick, succulent-like green leaves.The Calathea Rattlesnake has long wavy green leaves with a pattern of deep green brushstrokes on top, resembling reptile skin, and a deep purple underside.This bright pink Anthurium lives up to its nickname, the flamingo flower. Rarely without their showy blooms, Anthuriums are know as the world’s longest blooming houseplant Each bloom can last up to eight weeks, and new ones will pop up often.
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Cream, Red

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Clay, Cream

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Clay, Mint, Cream

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Black, Mint, Cream

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Clay, Mint, Cream

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Blush

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