14 Amazing Orange Houseplants You Can Grow

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Add a pop of color and cheer up the look of your living space with these stunning Orange Houseplants! They also pair well with other plants too.

Invite feelings of happiness, joy, and enthusiasm by introducing orange color to your home. The brilliant way to do this is to grow these spectacular Orange Houseplants and brighten up your living space!

Check out our article on gorgeous orange flower names here

Stunning Orange Houseplants

1. Prince of Orange

Botanical Name: Philodendron ‘Prince of Orange’

If you thought philodendrons come only in the boring shade of green, then you are wrong! This hybrid variety has uniquely hued leaves in a bright shade of orange!

Here’s all you need to know about growing philodendrons

2. Jelly Bean

Botanical Name: Sedum rubrotinctum

With cute looking fleshy leaves that look like jelly beans, this is the perfect plant for small pots. Keep it in bright sunlight and it’ll have orange-hued leaves in the summer months.

Have a look a some great Sedum varieties here

3. Orange Ixora

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Botanical Name: Ixora coccinea ‘Orange’

This extraordinary houseplant features clusters of orange flowers accompanied by glossy dark-green leaves. It does well near sunny windows.

4. Rustic Orange

Botanical Name: Coleus ‘Rustic Orange’

One of the easiest to grow houseplants, this is a fantastic variety to grow for that bright orange foliage outlined with matching yellow lines.

Love Coleus? Here are its best varieties to grow

5. Petra Croton


Botanical Name: Codiaeum variegatum ‘Petra’

The biggest advantage of growing this croton is you get to enjoy multiple colors in its foliage. Rest assured, it will reward you with a bright shade of orange in its leaves.

Check out our article on different types of crotons here

6. Crossandra

Botanical Name: Crossandra infundibuliformis

Popularly known as Firecracker Plant, it is an elegant easy to grow houseplant with showy orange, red flowers, and lush green dark foliage.

7. Flapjack

Botanical Name: Kalanchoe thyrsiflora ‘Flapjack’

Also famous as the paddle plant, thanks to its big and flat leaves. The plant takes a brilliant orange-red hue when exposed to the sun.

Here are some of the best Kalanchoe varieties you can grow

8. Impatiens

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Botanical Name: Impatiens walleriana

Impatiens come in a spectrum of spectacular colors including the most popular orange. They have high humidity and water needs compared to fellow indoor plants.

Here are the best Impatiens varieties you can grow

9. Fred Ives

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Botanical Name: Graptoveria ‘Fred Ives’

One of the most beautiful compact houseplants you can grow, the plant can take different hues of colors, including orange, depending on the light exposure.

10. Orange Spice

Botanical Name: Euphorbia pulcherrima ‘Orange Spice’

If you want a bright orange plant indoors, then nothing beats this one for its sheer display of colors! This poinsettia stays compact and looks great on tabletops.

11. Red Edged Dracaena

Botanical Name: Dracaena marginata

The Dragon tree as it is commonly known, showcases a beautiful-looking-slender foliage with orange-red edges. This might not be as prominent, but the hue is certainly there!

Check out our article on the best Dracaena varieties here 

12. Orange Arrowhead Plant

Botanical Name: Syngonium podophyllum

With leaves having an arrow-like shape, this is a great houseplant to have. The foliage has a very slight orange tint to it that gives a nice matching shade with the green color.

Learn how to grow Arrowhead plant in water here 

13. Freckles Coleus


Botanical Name: Coleus scutellarioides ‘Freckles’

If you want a really ‘orangy’ plant, then this is the one to grow! It has bronze and orange splotches on the pale yellow foliage that gets a deep hue when kept in bright light.

14. Golden Oxalis


Botanical Name: Oxalis spiralis ‘Aurea’

An easy-to-maintain cultivar, which offers brilliant foliage in shades of pink, copper, and orange. Grow it in small pot and keep the plant in full sun for best colors!

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