What does Overwatered Pilea look like?
Pileas that have had too much water lose their deep green color and instead start to fade from pale green to yellow before the leaves eventually fall off and die. If the stems of your Pilea have become soft and all of the leaves are drooping, this is most often a sign of overwatering.
Why my Chinese money plant leaves are curling?
Chinese Money Plant leaves curling is most commonly due to low light, temperature extremes, or watering problems. New leaves are naturally curled and will flatten with time. Bright, indirect light, temperatures of 55-65°F (13-18°C), and close attention to watering can prevent and fix curling.
Can curled pilea leaves uncurl?
Pilea leaves curling is a common problem many plant owners face and can be due to several reasons. Drooping and curling leaves will resolve if the underlying problem is corrected. However, it is not always clear what the exact problem is.