Named the Friendship Plant for how easy they are to propagate and how incredibly well they root from cuttings, this Pilea is a bushy, trailing plant that loves high humidity and soaking up dappled light from underneath others.
The Friendship Plant loves its fair share of moderate to bright indirect light.
In its native habitat this plant grows on the forest floor, living its best life in the shade. So, do your best to limit the amount of direct light this plant receives by either placing it farther away from your light source.
Just like the rest of its family, the Friendship Plant is a fan of moisture.
These plants prefer moderate, even moisture and to dry out just slightly between waterings. They especially love being propagated in water and can create a huge network of roots when left in water throughout the growing season.