Common name: Missionary plant, Chinese money plant
Native to: South West China, West Indies
Also knoen as the "pass-me-on plant", this plant was collected and passed on between amateur gardeners well before it was officially identified.
Only growing about 30cm tall and wine, it is an erect, succulent, evergreen perennial, with round, dark green peltate leaves up to 10 cm in diameter on a long petiole. It is grown as an attreactive houseplant.
Native / exotic: Exotic
Aspect: Indirect sunlight to partial shade
Foliage: Evergreen, round, dark green leaves on a long stem
Growth habit: Erect to trailing
Hardiness: Requires misting and some maintenance
Height: Up to 30 cm
Spread: Up to 30 cm
Soil requirements: Prefers moist well-drained soils. Keep well mulched
Uses: Indoor plant species and terrarium plantings