Water: Pilea can easily suffer from root rot – it’s important not to keep the soil wet and let it dry out completely between each watering. You can check the soil of your Pilea to see if it’s time for some water: try sticking your finger in the first top inch of the soil. If it’s dry, your Pilea is starting to get thirsty.
Feed the soil with a liquid fertilizer once a month to give it more color, help promote strong root development and healthy foliage growth. Use only all-purpose liquid fertilizer (20-20-20) diluted to half strength.
Light: Pilea loves to be in front of a window where it can get a lot of bright, cheerful, indirect light, but almost no direct sunlight, too much sun might burn the leaves.
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