This plant is prized for its tiny, round, gray-blue leaves that are coated in a silver, powdery substance that almost sparkles when the plant is healthy! (This characteristic has earned this plant the nickname Pilea Sparkle.) This vining plant can trail out of the pot as a striking shelf or tabletop plant or in a hanging basket. Pilea glauca takes about three years to mature, and in that time its leafy vines may grow up to 3 feet long indoors.Pilea glauca thrives in bright, indirect sunlight. Pilea glauca will do best in evenly moist soil. Water when the top inch of potting mix is dry.