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Coin-Shaped Leaves Plant You Should Add to Your Collection

Houseplant - These indoor plants with Coin-Shaped Leaves are a fun and unique take on the classic round green houseplant. In addition to their smooth, shiny leaves, many feature variegated leaves that add to their exotic appeal. 

Whether you are decorating your house or picking out plants for work, it is so much fun to include plants with distinct shapes. 

Ideal for scholars, artists, writers and anyone who desires better chances in life. These attractive indoor plants with coin-shaped leaves are very easy to grow!

Coin-Shaped Leaves Plant You Should Add to Your Collection

Are you looking for an easy-care indoor plant that can perk up your dull office space? Check out these Coin-Shaped Leaves Plant You Should Add to Your Collection! These lucky indoor plants are popular because of their ability to relieve stress and provide good fortune. All you need are these little potted plants.

String of Nickles

Botanical Name: Dischidia nummularia

This unusual novelty plant is easy to grow and can be grown outdoors if protected from frost. It has an exotic look and the round coin-like leaves dangle like a string of new or vintage coins.


Botanical Name: Kalanchoe alticola ‘Compton’

The ‘Compton’ Compton Kalanchoe is a hardy succulent that can bring beauty in to your room in many ways. The plant’s leaves are shaped in to coins, have a variety of color patterns, and in the shade, can range from dark green to brown. 

The flower stem comes out of the center of the plant with orange to yellow peach-shaped flowers.

Jade Plant

Botanical Name: Crassula ovata

The Jade Dragon Plant naturally grows into a mounded or columnar shape. In outdoorsy regions, it's a tough succulent that's happy outdoors, whether in full sun or part shade. 

Indoors it tends to grow long and languid with low light and infrequent watering. Jade heart-shaped leaves are a luscious deep green color, speckled with red-pink splotches.

Stephania pierrei

Botanical Name: Stephania pierrei

Stephania pierrei is a perennial plant found in the northeastern Himalayas and China. It grows as a climbing vine or ground cover. However, it becomes an invasive weed and should be planted in containers and widely spaced apart. 

Stephania pierrei has green round foliage with yellow blooms and typically reaches about eight inches in height and width.

Trailing Elephant Bush

Botanical Name: Portulacaria afra ‘Cascade’

The cascade variety is a trailing plant that grows naturally into an attractive, cascading mass of dark green foliage. Portulacaria afra ‘Cascade’ is a very hardy succulent that will thrive in a wide range of climates and growing conditions. 

‘Cascade’ is a great addition to a dish garden or container planting, or liner for the edges of patios or decks.

Silver Leaf Artillery Plant

Botanical Name: Pilea glaucophylla

This stunning variety of Pilea is a delightfully compact and easy to grow addition for any space it calls home. Its heart-shaped leaves are a unique touch among other pilea varieties, and its dark bluish-green stems stand out from the standard green variety. 

Pilea glaucophylla is a wonderful gift or accent to any room that needs extra attention to detail.


Botanical Name: Hoya brevialata

Open your door to the world of indoor gardening with this beautiful Hoya. Hoya brevialata is a miniature succulent that makes a striking, unique addition to any space. The plant's dark green leaves are shaped like coins and have a soft touch. 

The leaves also produce fragrant red or white flowers with a lifespan of up to one month. Succulents are very low-maintenance, so this plant is a wonderful choice for new plant enthusiasts seeking a long-lasting addition to their decor.


Botanical Name: Hydrocotyle vulgaris

The Pennywort is a small, succulent plant that can be kept in small spaces. Not to be confused with the invasive water pennywort (Hydrocotyle ranunculoides), this coin-shaped "penny" plant will act as a conversation piece for guests, while dazzling them with its soft green color. 

The plant does well both indoors and outdoors, where it tends to reach about 6-8 inches tall. It needs somewhat less water than other plants (only once every two weeks) and partial shade.

Chinese Money Plant

Botanical Name: Pilea peperomoides

The Pilea peperomioides or Chinese Money Plant is a wonderful house plant that, while subtropical in nature, will thrive almost anywhere. It has a stem that is covered with small white hairs and little yellow flowers that twist around the stem. 

The Leaves are round shaped and have an opposite arrangement. Each pair of opposite leaves is attached to each other by a short stem making this a succulent.

Creeping Jenny

Botanical Name: Lysimachia nummularia

Mondo grass, moneywort, creeping Jenny, lanceleaf pennywort are just some of its other names. This amusing plant is perfect for adding instant cheer around the house. 

Grows green coin-shaped leaves throughout the year and yellow foliage during the summers. Will give good color to any porch or to an indoor window box. Ideal for wet areas too.

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