$35

High Line x Pilea Peperomioides

Named after High Line Park, a former piece of abandoned railroad track in New York City that was turned into an elevated green space with native plants and views of the Hudson River, our High Line planter is tall and slim – like NYC’s surrounding skyscrapers. We paired it with the pet-friendly Pilea peperomioides, with its vibrant green, coin-shaped leaves.

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Plant Care

Light Tip

Light

Thrives in bright direct light, but can tolerate bright to medium indirect light.

Water Tip

Water

Water every 2-3 weeks, allowing soil to dry out between waterings. Increase frequency with increased light.

Plant Tip

Plant Tip

This plant is pet-friendly!

Plant Bio

Pilea peperomioides (Urticaceae) is an Asiatic perennial herb that is native to Yunnan Province in Southern China at the foot of the Himalayas. For a long time, this plant has been a mystery. That is because this plant, like many other Pilea, is insignificant in economic value (weedy), and like other Pilea, not much attention was paid to it. It was found to have been brought to Norway by a Norwegian missionary in 1946, upon the expulsion of religion and foreigners by Chairman Mao. From Norway, it was distributed by friends to friends, and eventually all over the world as a houseplant.

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Origin of High Line x Pilea Peperomioides

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Want something that requires less maintenance? Or do you live in a home with low light? Try our Faux Pilea Peperomioides instead.

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