plantladylin said:Hi SeeDee,
I'm not certain but your plant looks like it might be the Chinese Money Plant (Pilea peperomioides) which is a more succulent variety of Pilea. The fungus gnats were indeed due to the soil staying too wet but I doubt the gnats would cause harm to the plant. Your Pilea looks very happy and healthy to my eyes and I wouldn't expect a tremendous amount of growth in 8 weeks, especially at this time of year when most plants naturally begin to slow down as winter nears. Once spring arrives and the weather begins to warm again, you should see new growth on your pretty Pilea. Just be careful with watering over the winter months as plants don't need as much moisture during their winter rest.