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Pilea involucrata
Friendship plant
Friendship plant is a charming houseplant native to South America. Its round, deeply textured leaves are a striking shade of green, accented with silver veins that shimmer in the light. The friendship plant is easy to care for and propagates quickly, making it a popular choice for sharing with friends. It is believed to bring good luck and positive energy to those who care for it, making it a delightful addition to any home.
Pilea cadierei
Aluminum plant
Aluminum plant is an attractive houseplant distinguished by its unique, metallic-silver variegated leaves on a dark green background. This small, bushy perennial grows up to 30 cm tall, with oval-shaped, quilted foliage. Ideal for indoor environments, it thrives in bright, indirect light and humid conditions. Its striking appearance makes it a popular choice for adding visual interest to interior spaces, particularly in terrariums or as a decorative tabletop plant.
Pilea mollis
Moon Valley Pilea
Moon Valley Pilea (Pilea mollis) is a low clustering and trailing plant that doesn't enjoy too much sun. It's a good understory plant for taller plants that can provide shade.moon Valley Pilea gets its name from the creative thought that its deeply dimpled leaves look like the moon's craters and valleys.
Pilea peperomioides
Chinese money plant
The chinese money plant makes a striking visual display as a houseplant with its large, circular, and shiny, leaves, which can have a diameter of over 15 cm. Although the plant does produce a small white flower, the main focus is the unique and showy leaves.
Pilea libanensis
Pilea Silver Sparkle
Aluminum Plant gets its common name from its silverly foliage. Pilea Silver Sparkles attractive foliage makes it a popular houseplant where it’s grown in pots or terrariums. In tropical climates, it’s used as an ornamental plant in shade gardens.
Pilea depressa
Depressed Clearweed
Pilea depressa is a popular houseplant, mostly grown in hanging baskets and containers. Native to the Caribbean, depressed Clearweed can be grown outdoors in frost-free, warm climates. Depressed Clearweed prefers semi-shade or bright shade.
Pilea nummulariifolia
Creeping charlie
Creeping charlie (Pilea nummulariifolia) is often grown as an ornamental for its bright green foliage. This creeping plant is suitable for terrariums, hanging baskets, rock gardens, and green walls. It is also grown as a soft ground cover in areas that don't receive intense sun, but be on your guard as it can quickly take over.
Pilea pumila
Clearweed
Aptly named for its translucent stem, clearweed is an annual edible plant in the nettle family. This small plant grows in clumps and colonies in moist, shady woods and forests. Also known as Pilea pumila, it has distinctive leaves and small yellowish green flowers.
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Oreocnide
Oreocnide is a diverse group of plants encompassing both ornamental and edible species. This family includes beloved favorites like roses, apples, and strawberries. With their captivating blooms and delicious fruits, Rosales plants have significant garden usage and economic value. They also attract beneficial insects and birds, contributing to the ecological balance. From delicate wildflowers to towering fruit trees, oreocnide showcases a wide range of sizes and shapes, making them an enchanting addition to any landscape.
Poikilospermum
Poikilospermum
Poikilospermum is a tropical genus of shrubs or tall woody climbers, consisting of at least four accepted species and another 23 species with unresolved taxonomic status. The petiolate leaves are alternate. The inflorescences are solitary and axillary dichotomously branched cymes, they are unisexual (the plants are dioecious). The seeds have little or no endosperm. The plants are found from India and China (Yunnan), the Sino-Himalayan region to Malesia and New Guinea.
Australina
Australina
Australina is a diverse group of plants encompassing both ornamental and edible species. This family includes beloved favorites like roses, apples, and strawberries. With their captivating blooms and delicious fruits, Rosales plants have significant garden usage and economic value. They also attract beneficial insects and birds, contributing to the ecological balance. From delicate wildflowers to towering fruit trees, australina showcases a wide range of sizes and shapes, making them an enchanting addition to any landscape.
Musanga
Musanga
Musanga is a diverse group of plants encompassing both ornamental and edible species. This family includes beloved favorites like roses, apples, and strawberries. With their captivating blooms and delicious fruits, Rosales plants have significant garden usage and economic value. They also attract beneficial insects and birds, contributing to the ecological balance. From delicate wildflowers to towering fruit trees, musanga showcases a wide range of sizes and shapes, making them an enchanting addition to any landscape.
Nanocnide
Nanocnide
Nanocnide is a diverse group of plants encompassing both ornamental and edible species. This family includes beloved favorites like roses, apples, and strawberries. With their captivating blooms and delicious fruits, Rosales plants have significant garden usage and economic value. They also attract beneficial insects and birds, contributing to the ecological balance. From delicate wildflowers to towering fruit trees, nanocnide showcases a wide range of sizes and shapes, making them an enchanting addition to any landscape.
Pouzolzia
Pouzolzia
Pouzolzia are a genus of flowering shrubs and herbs named in honor of the French botanist Pierre Marie Casimir de Pouzolz (1785–1858). These plants produce strong fibers which are used to make fishing nets and rope. Some species are grown ornamentally, especially because they attract pollinating bees.
Laportea
Woodnettles
Woodnettles are herbaceous, either annual or perennial. Like many plants of the Urticaceae, they have stinging hairs, and have stinging and non-stinging hairs on the same plant. The genus contains 22 species.
Hesperocnide
Hesperocnide
Hesperocnide are annual herbs covered in stinging hairs and toothed leaves. Hesperocnide contains two species. They are native to America.
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Pilea involucrata
Friendship plant
Friendship plant is a charming houseplant native to South America. Its round, deeply textured leaves are a striking shade of green, accented with silver veins that shimmer in the light. The friendship plant is easy to care for and propagates quickly, making it a popular choice for sharing with friends. It is believed to bring good luck and positive energy to those who care for it, making it a delightful addition to any home.
Pilea cadierei
Aluminum plant
Aluminum plant is an attractive houseplant distinguished by its unique, metallic-silver variegated leaves on a dark green background. This small, bushy perennial grows up to 30 cm tall, with oval-shaped, quilted foliage. Ideal for indoor environments, it thrives in bright, indirect light and humid conditions. Its striking appearance makes it a popular choice for adding visual interest to interior spaces, particularly in terrariums or as a decorative tabletop plant.
Pilea mollis
Moon Valley Pilea
Moon Valley Pilea (Pilea mollis) is a low clustering and trailing plant that doesn't enjoy too much sun. It's a good understory plant for taller plants that can provide shade.moon Valley Pilea gets its name from the creative thought that its deeply dimpled leaves look like the moon's craters and valleys.
Pilea peperomioides
Chinese money plant
The chinese money plant makes a striking visual display as a houseplant with its large, circular, and shiny, leaves, which can have a diameter of over 15 cm. Although the plant does produce a small white flower, the main focus is the unique and showy leaves.
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Oreocnide
Oreocnide
Oreocnide is a diverse group of plants encompassing both ornamental and edible species. This family includes beloved favorites like roses, apples, and strawberries. With their captivating blooms and delicious fruits, Rosales plants have significant garden usage and economic value. They also attract beneficial insects and birds, contributing to the ecological balance. From delicate wildflowers to towering fruit trees, oreocnide showcases a wide range of sizes and shapes, making them an enchanting addition to any landscape.
Poikilospermum
Poikilospermum
Poikilospermum is a tropical genus of shrubs or tall woody climbers, consisting of at least four accepted species and another 23 species with unresolved taxonomic status. The petiolate leaves are alternate. The inflorescences are solitary and axillary dichotomously branched cymes, they are unisexual (the plants are dioecious). The seeds have little or no endosperm. The plants are found from India and China (Yunnan), the Sino-Himalayan region to Malesia and New Guinea.
Australina
Australina
Australina is a diverse group of plants encompassing both ornamental and edible species. This family includes beloved favorites like roses, apples, and strawberries. With their captivating blooms and delicious fruits, Rosales plants have significant garden usage and economic value. They also attract beneficial insects and birds, contributing to the ecological balance. From delicate wildflowers to towering fruit trees, australina showcases a wide range of sizes and shapes, making them an enchanting addition to any landscape.
Musanga
Musanga
Musanga is a diverse group of plants encompassing both ornamental and edible species. This family includes beloved favorites like roses, apples, and strawberries. With their captivating blooms and delicious fruits, Rosales plants have significant garden usage and economic value. They also attract beneficial insects and birds, contributing to the ecological balance. From delicate wildflowers to towering fruit trees, musanga showcases a wide range of sizes and shapes, making them an enchanting addition to any landscape.
Nanocnide
Nanocnide
Nanocnide is a diverse group of plants encompassing both ornamental and edible species. This family includes beloved favorites like roses, apples, and strawberries. With their captivating blooms and delicious fruits, Rosales plants have significant garden usage and economic value. They also attract beneficial insects and birds, contributing to the ecological balance. From delicate wildflowers to towering fruit trees, nanocnide showcases a wide range of sizes and shapes, making them an enchanting addition to any landscape.
Pouzolzia
Pouzolzia
Pouzolzia are a genus of flowering shrubs and herbs named in honor of the French botanist Pierre Marie Casimir de Pouzolz (1785–1858). These plants produce strong fibers which are used to make fishing nets and rope. Some species are grown ornamentally, especially because they attract pollinating bees.
Laportea
Woodnettles
Woodnettles are herbaceous, either annual or perennial. Like many plants of the Urticaceae, they have stinging hairs, and have stinging and non-stinging hairs on the same plant. The genus contains 22 species.
Hesperocnide
Hesperocnide
Hesperocnide are annual herbs covered in stinging hairs and toothed leaves. Hesperocnide contains two species. They are native to America.
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