This is the quirky Pilea Peperomioides, also know as the “Chinese Money Plant” (Eng.), “Pannekoekplant” (Afr.) or “Vriendskapsplant” (Afr.).
It is known for its unique coin-like foliage and ease of propagation.
Growing 30 cm (12 in) tall and wide, it is an erect, succulent, evergreen perennial, with round, dark green, peltate leaves up to 10 cm in diameter.
Water: once a week, or when the soil is nearly dry.
Light: They like lots of indirect light but do poorly in direct sun. They should be placed near a sunny window, but just out of reach of the sun’s rays