Chinese Money Plant Kokedama Hanging Plant
Kokedama is a ball of soil, covered with moss, on which an ornamental plant grows. The idea has its origins in Japan, where it is a combination of the nearai bonsai and kusamono planting styles.
Also referred to as the Chinese Money Plant, this charming Peperomiodes has circular green leaves with faded variegation, and over the years has proven a popular choice for houseplant owners. Each round leaf will gracefully hang in an outwards-facing direction, which in turn will form an interesting silhouette in your home. Despite its rather delicate appearance, the Pilea Peperomioides is a very easy to care for plant, with the most important tip being that it must be kept away from direct sunlight, and as such, would make the perfect plant for beginners seeking to add liveliness to their home.
Partial Sun: Plants that like this type of light are mostly the type of plants that grow on the forest floor, where they are somewhat protected against direct sunlight during some hours of the day. This is also a very normal light situation for many windows, usually with a west- or east- facing window with around 4 hours of direct light each day. This could also be a spot further away from a very sunny window.