Rightfully so, as you may have noticed the internet is becoming obsessed with pink houseplants. When I see a brilliantly colored houseplant, I am instantly mesmerized. As you can tell by now, I’m a little obsessed with houseplants. Okay, a lot obsessed.
A friend gifted me stunning pink, green, and white Tricolor Prayer Plant, and I am so in awe of this plant. Even after owning it for several months, I walk over and stare at it every morning. The variegated leaves with pink bellies are just so fascinating. Nature is so beautiful! Prayer plants are so fun because they curl up and down depending on the time of day and the amount of light they are getting.
9 Pink Houseplants: I’m Tickled “Pink” About These Plants
Since pink houseplants have proven to make people happy, I wanted to share these beautiful pink houseplants with you.
1)Stromanthe Triostar “Tricolor Prayer Plant”
The Tricolor Prayer Plant prefers very bright indirect light. Keep evenly moist, not wet or dry. The tops of the leaves are variegated white and green, while the undersides are brilliant pink.
2) Anacampseros Sunrise Succulent
Anacampseros telephiastrum Variegata succulents, more commonly called sunrise succulents, are small plants native to South Africa that grow in a dense mat of rosettes. Read more at Gardening Know How: Anacampseros Succulents Learn How To Grow A Sunrise Plant Photo Credit: Amazon Seller
3) Hypoestes Phyllostachya “Polka Dot Plant”
The Polka Dot Plant is so pretty! Hypoestes phyllostachya is a species of flowering plant in the family Acanthaceae, native to South Africa, Madagascar, and southeast Asia. Photo Credit: Etsy Seller
4) Tradescantia Zebrina
I’ve given propagated babies to my friends and family members. Tradescantia zebrina will quickly fill your hanging planter and cascade over the sides. This hanging houseplant comes in various greens, pinks, and purples. Related Post: How to Propagate Your Wandering Jew Houseplant
5) Aglaonema “Lady Valentine”
While Aglaonema is often included on lists of low-light tolerant plants, Agloanema “Lady Valentine” does better in medium to bright indirect light. Like the Tradescantia zebrina, the Aglaonema needs brighter light to maintain its pink color. Generally, the brighter the light your plant gets, the deeper pink the color will be. Keep the leaves from any harsh direct sun because they will burn.
6) Aeonium Variegated “Mardi Gras”
Aeonium has variegated leaves lime green and pink leaves. They will keep their green and pink colors only when grown in full sun or in cooler temperatures.
7) Calathea Roseopicta “Dottie” Calathea Dottie Prayer Plant
This is a darker variety of Calathea. The deep green burgundy leaves have a hashed pink border and a central pink stroke. The undersides are a striking deep red-purple.
8) Tillandsia Capitata Peach Air Plant
9) Ficus Elastica Ruby “Pink Rubber Tree”
The Ficus Elastica Ruby, also known as a variegated Rubber tree, is native to tropical regions of India and Malaysia. Its care is similar to that of the Rubber Tree. However, its unique variegation requires brighter light conditions than the Burgundy Rubber Tree variety to keep the colors strong and defined. Related: How to Care for Your Variegated Rubber Plant (Ficus Elastica)
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What about Fittonia (Nerve Plants)?
I have one with pink and one with red variegated leaves and I think they’re beautiful!
Oh yes, those are gorgeous!!!!