10 Trendy Pink Houseplants of 2021

Are you sick of the common house plants with green leaves? While many rare and exotic indoor house plants have a variation of different colors, we compiled a list of a mix of regular plants with pink flowers and leaves that won’t break your bank. Here are the top 10 trendy pink house plants to spice up your home decor:

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Philodendron Pink Princess

The Philodendron Pink Princess is quite a show stopper and not likely to be for sale at your local retail stores. This pink princess plant is a man-made hybrid by breeding two species of philodendron in the 1970s. Since then, it has increased in price due to its celebrity status shared on social media.

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Pink Caladium

The pink caladium plant is definitely a beauty to look at. Caladiums can produce leaves with pink shades to complete white leaves with polka dots.

The plant is quite fragile but a caladium bulb can produce many robust leaves. Caladium is a good indoor plant but they prefer a lot of sunlight and high humidity. It' is quite an easy plant to care for and the leaves come back every year if you keep the bulb in good shape.

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Begonia Candy Stripe

The Begonia Candy Stripe is a Asian variation of the begonia family. Like many of its begonia cousins, the Candy Stripe has dark and pink streaks when it hits maturity. The leaves are soft and fragile to the touch. Begonias produce flowers under adequate amount of sunlight and are not susceptible to cold.

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Callisia Rosato

Callisia Rosato is a delicate plant often knowns as the “Pink Lady”. It produces soft pink and cream colored leaves creating a romantic ambiance it occupies. It is a surprisingly easy and low maintenance plant to take care of, despite its rarity. Callisia Rosato Australia is the most common pink lady species you can find in the marketplace.

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Pink Nanouk Tradescantia

Pink Nanouk Wandering Jew aka Tradescantia is a unique variety of the common wandering jews. It produces deep purple, pink and green foliage across its leaves. Keep the Tradescantia under bright indirect light or the leaf markings will fade and revert back to green if it doesn’t get enough light.

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Pink Syngonium Arrowhead Butterfly Plant

Pink Syngonium aka Pink Arrowhead definitely adds some color to your garden. It’s an easy houseplant that requires minimal care and low light. Syngoniums grow fast and can look pretty full when mature.

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Variegated String of Hearts

variegated String of Hearts are rare succulents that has heart-shaped leaves that are hardy. It comes with a white and pink edge surrounding the green foliage in the middle. The bottom of the succulent is often pink. Sometimes, the hearts can be completed white or albo. 

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Calathea Roseopicta 'Rosy'

Calathea Roseopicta “Rosy” is a popular houseplant for its dark leaves with pink foliage in the middle . Native of South America," Calathea “Rosy” can grow very fast under indirect sunlight. Keep the soil moist but don’t let it sit in water to avoid root rot.

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Calathea Triostar

Calathea Triostar is native to South America where it lives under tall trees canopy. This colorful plant folds up at night like a maranta but unfurls and open up in the morning for the sun. It’s easy to take care of a Calathea Triostar. Keep it humid like its natural habitat in the rainforest and provide indirect sunlight.

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