This plant gets its name from its round, silvery leaves that resemble small coins. These leaves are thick, which aids in water storage. The plant's cascading vines make it an ideal choice for hanging baskets or it can be displayed trailing down shelves. When it blooms, it produces small white flowers.
- Does best with consistent bright indirect light. A few hours of morning sun is beneficial but avoid prolonged exposure to strong afternoon sun during the summer months
- Allow the soil to nearly dry out (80-90%) before watering
- Appreciates a warm environment with mild to moderate humidity
- When repotting, use a well-draining potting mix