With its round green leaves, and retro aesthetic; this plant looks great on a windowsill. Best of all - they're fairly low maintenance, so it's perfect for those who don't have green thumbs
Your Chinese money plant will be happiest with bright, indirect light. It can tolerate a variety of sun conditions including lower light levels. Low light will produce darker green leaves that are more stretched and spread out.
White Spotty Leaves
White dots on your pilea are actually completely normal and harmless. It is caused by a build-up of mineral deposits. Try switching to filtered water and regularly wiping down leaves.
Curling leaves can indicate not enough light, inconsistent watering and/or temperature stress. Newer leaves are naturally curled and will begin to flatten as they mature.
Yellow leaves are one of the first signs of stress. This can be caused by temperature shock, improper watering, nutrient issues, or even pests.