Penny Worth Coin Plant
It also known as common pennywort, marsh pennywort, lucky plant, water navel, copper coin plant.
Pennywort is a low growing creeping perennial plant native to wetlands and marshes of Europe and Caucasus. It’s edible and smells like carrots. It’s shiny waxy bright green round serrated leaves are about 0.5 – 1.5 inch in diameter.
It can grow indoors and outdoors, in any light condition and can tolerate shade well. You can plant it also on the edge of your pond or in your water garden. If you keep pennywort indoors though, do not overwater.
Why is pennywort a money plant?
Pennywort’s round leaves resemble copper penny coins in size.