Pilea Mollis (Moon Valley)
Most Pilea species like bright, indirect light; exposing them to direct sun may burn the leaves. Pilea Mollis, also commonly known as Pilea Moon Valley, has unique, saw-toothed edges, with puckered foliage that resembles the valleys on the moon’s textured surface, hence its common name.
Bushy in nature, the bright, yellowish-green leaves of this relatively compact plant (hardly will reach more than 12 inches in height) will brighten up windowsills and tabletops.
Dimensions | Nursery pot diameter is 14cm
Light | Bright, indirect light
Water | Prefers high humidity; water when top inch of potting mix is dry
Care Level | May require some homework
Pet Friendly | Yes
Air Purifying | Yes