Pilea involucrata, commonly called the friendship plant, is a bushy trailing plant. Friendship houseplants are beloved for their fuzzy, quilted foliage and ease of care.
Friendship plant care is listed as low maintenance. Provided you give the plant at least 6 to 8 hours a day of light (but not direct sunlight), ample humidity and evenly moist soil, this small houseplant will thrive.
Keep the plant a little drier in winter and suspend fertilising until spring. Use a liquid plant food diluted by half monthly from spring to summer.
Pilea friendship plant should be repotted every few years. Pinch back unwanted growth as necessary. These are easy to grow and have no notable disease problems and few, if any, insect pests.
Pictured here in a 5cm pot, it will be posted potted.