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Pilea ‘Cadierei Aluminium’ (Watermelon Pilea)
Pilea ‘Cadierei Aluminum’ plant is sometimes called watermelon pilea because of the distinctive silvery markings on its leaves. They resemble the stripes on a watermelon.It is an evergreen perennial that grows tall & broad, with dark green oval leaves, each leaf having four raised silvery patches.
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Hydrocotyle vulgaris (Pennywort Plant)
Hydrocotyle vulgaris (Pennywort Plant) is a fast growing plants in moist areas which is also known as coin plant. Stems are clad with round, peltate, short stalked leaves, with scalloped edges, rooting at the nodes as they grow.
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Pilea ‘Peperomioides’ ( Chinese Money Plant)
Pilea Peperomioides more commonly known as Chinese money plant or pancake plant is an erect, succulent, evergreen perennial, with round, dark green, peltate leaves on a long petiole. The stem axis is greenish to dark brown, usually simple, often upright straight, slightly lignified at the base.
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Pilea ‘Ripens’ (Black Panimiga)
Pilea Ripens also known as “Black Panimiga” or “Friendship Plant” have exoctic foliage whose leaves are a deep green and sometimes black in color.It has a low bushy growth habit. The flower are very tiny and appear in flat clusters in the leaf axis near the growing tips.
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Pilea Glauca is a rare and pretty indoor plant. The glaucous green leaves are attached to delicate pinkish-red stems. The delicate pinkish-red stems bear numerous tiny green leaves. The leaves are typically the size of a pencil eraser (or about or less) and are very small but great in numbers.