9 Pink Plants to Decorate Your Home

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9 Pink Plants to Decorate Your Home

Pink plants are very rare and, therefore, difficult to find on the market, but they are still the most attractive and elegant plants, adored by the social network of plant lovers and not so much by others. 

There are wide varieties of pink plants, which can be grown in flats to provide oxygen to the interior and home environment or outside to beautify the garden. Let’s look at some of the most attractive of them together. 

1) Phytonia verschaffelchii 

This plant belongs to the redbud family, native to Central and South America. This type can be grown safely in hanging baskets because of its drooping habit; there are several species of Fittonia, of which Fittonia Verschaffeltii is perhaps the rarest, characterized by its green leaves with red or pink veins. 

2) Strobilanthes dielianus

Also a member of the redbud family, this is a great plant to dress up your garden. Native to hot and humid Myanmar, it is also known as “Persian Shield” or “Royal Purple Plant” because of its lanceolate, silvery, rough leaves resembling small armor shields. 

3) Stromante 

Because it is native to tropical rainforests, it is a houseplant because it requires a warm, humid place. In addition to its undeniable beauty, this plant is unique because it changes perspective and expression depending on the angle from which it is viewed. It is truly an optical illusion. It features colorful foliage in white, green, pink, and red shades. 

4) Crescent shape 

A perennial herbaceous plant belonging to the family of Paphiopedilums, this plant is native to Brazil. Its small triangular purple leaves are strongly reminiscent of butterfly wings, and its beauty may be attributed to this fascinating detail. Although not a quiet houseplant, it is prone to etiolation (the abnormal growth of a plant toward a light source in search of light) and should be placed in a well-lit area to maintain its standard cushion “shape”. 

5) Tradescantia pallida

This plant belongs to the comet moth family and is native to the Americas. It grows in hanging or meandering pots and is known worldwide as a houseplant. It is an unusual plant with purplish-purple leaves that can turn green in low light. The pretty pink flowers are composed of three petals, giving the plant a fairy-tale-like appearance that makes it very special. This plant can be spent in an apartment or balcony, perhaps on a sunny day (especially in summer), to develop its characteristic purple colorfully. 

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6) Huchera 

This is another outdoor plant, but it does not need much light and prefers shady or poorly lit areas. It has leaves in various colors, including orange, purple, and pink. 

7) Hypoestes 

This is a houseplant. This particular plant has leaves in a variety of colors. In fact, in nature, you can find pink and other colors, such as red and white. This plant can grow as tall as 1.5 meters, but that is only if it is grown in its natural habitat; it does not grow so tall in a pot and remains small and compact. 

8) Dracaena 

  Dracaena, on the other hand, is an ornamental plant. Besides its beautiful long leaves, this plant is characterized by its height, which can reach up to 1.5 meters. In addition, this lovely plant requires no special care (it is convenient and nice). 

9) Philodendron Pink Princess 

This plant belongs to the blue-green family, which originates from the tropical regions of the Americas (Brazil, Colombia, Macrinica, and Guyana). Its leaves are green with pink spots and can be used as ornaments. However, it grows better when placed near a light source, so if you plan to purchase it, it is best to put it near a window. 

Philodendron Pink Princess: General Information and Care Guide

 

 

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