These Pink Houseplants are so gorgeous that you’ll be tempted to put them at every corner of your house! Pick your favorite and add it indoors!
Pink color brings inner peace, harmony, affection, and love. You can add these similar attributes in your indoor garden by growing houseplants with pink streaks, stripes, and smudges to have a dash of rosy hue in your home decor! Here are some of the best Pink Houseplants you can start with!
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Best Pink Indoor Plants
1. Pretty Pink Caladium
Botanical Name: Caladium ‘Pretty Pink’
The leaves have a rich hue of pink that enhances the overall appeal of the plant! Other gorgeous pink varieties are Caladium ‘Pink Splash,’ Caladium ‘Thai Beauty,’ & Caladium ‘Florida Sweetheart.’
2. Pink Polka Dot Plant
Botanical Name: Hypestes phyllostachya
This patterned plant is adorned with splotches in striking shades of pink, white, or red. It stays compact and can be a great partner to other dark shade indoor plants.
Here are some gorgeous patterned houseplants you can grow
3. Calico Kitten
Botanical Name: Crassula pellucida variegata ‘Calico Kitten’
The variegated heart-shaped leaves of the plant come in shades of fuchsia, purple, yellow, pink, and cream. Keep it stressed and it’ll take a deep pink-purple hue. Have a look at some great jade varieties here.
4. Snow White Waffle Plant
Botanical Name: Hemigraphis alternata
Popular for cascading foliage with a pink-purple metallic tint, it trails beautifully from hanging baskets, making it an exquisite houseplant. It also grows bell-shaped white blooms!
5. Christmas Carol
Botanical Name: Aloe ‘Christmas Carol’
This succulent has yellow bumps on the leaves that turn into a ravishing shade of pink when the plant is stressed. It also produces red-pink flowers!
6. Pink Jelly Bean
Botanical Name: Sedum rubrotinctum ‘Aurora’
A soft sedum variety, the spiral fleshy leaves of the plant range from pale green to pink and cream hues. Keep it in bright light to enhance the pink shade and colorful accent.
7. Imperial Red Philodendron
Botanical Name: Philodendron erubescens
Also popular as Philodendron Peperomia, the coppery leaves of this beautiful philodendron variety exhibit variegation of pink, green, and black color. Check more ‘Philo’ varieties here.
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8. Earth Star
Botanical Name: Bromeliad cryptanthus
Add a dash of color with this unique houseplant having variegated foliage in a star-like shape. It comes in shades of pink, red, green, and white.
9. Pink Nerve Plant
Botanical Name: Fittonia albivenis
Also known as a mosaic plant, it offers deeply veined green leaves with a structure like a mosaic or stained-glass window. This tiny plant is ideal for terrariums and small pots.
10. Aglaonema Pink anyamanee
Botanical Name: Aglaonema pink anyamanee
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11. Beleaf Begonia
Botanical Name: Begonia beleaf inca flame
This plant is an absolute stunner with large pink leaves that resembles a heart shape.
12. Rose Painted Calathea
Botanical Name: Calathea roseopicta ‘Rosy’
Rosy features gorgeous foliage patterned with Fuschia pink and green broad outlines on each leaf. Check out some great calathea varieties in this article.
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13. Pink Symphony
Botanical Name: Caladium ‘Pink Symphony’
The large leaves of this plant have a bright shade of pink with veins in a dark shade of green that adds up to its overall striking beauty!
14. Pink Chaos Coleus
Botanical Name: Solenostemon scutellarioides ‘Pink Chaos’
An amazing fusion of bright pink, mint green, and white splotches on the foliage is what this plant is. The plant also attracts hummingbirds!
15. Pink Princess
Botanical Name: Philodendron erubescens ‘Pink Princess’
Offering bright pink variegation on flashy green leathery leaves with pink-red undersides, this philodendron grows well in both pots and hanging baskets.
16. Perle Von Nurnberg
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Perle von Nurnberg’
The most beautiful Echeveria variety, this plant offers a rich hue of pink-purple color along the edges. Another variety – ‘Meridian’ also displays ruffled pink edges.
Check out the best echeveria varieties here
17. Madagascar Dragon Tree
Botanical Name: Dracaena marginata tricolor
Perfect choice for newbie gardeners, this drought and low-light resistant dracaena variety have narrow green leaves with pink margins.
Here are some of the best varieties of Dracaena
18. Syngonium Pink Neon
Botanical Name: Syngonium podophyllum ‘Neon Robusta’
This air-purifying houseplant has heart-shaped foliage, patterned with pink-green variegation. It looks best in hanging baskets, dish gardens, and terrariums.
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19. Picture Perfect Salmon Pink
Botanical Name: Solenostemon scutellarioides ‘Picture Perfect Salmon Pink’
This beautiful pink coleus variety looks like an artwork. It can be grown indoors if you’ve got a bright window.
Check out our article on the best coleus varieties here
20. Pink Mother of Millions
Botanical Name: Kalanchoe ‘Pink butterflies’
Producing butterfly-like plantlets in an incredible shade of pink, thanks to the lack of chlorophyll in the leaves, this hybrid is a must-have indoor plant if you love pink!
21. Pink Wandering Jew Plant
Botanical Name: Tradescantia fluminensis
A popular plant with a lustrous leaf surface, striped with cream, dark-pink, white, and purple undersides. It also produces pink flowers!
Find out more Wandering jew varieties and growing tips here
22. Pink Rubber Plant
Botanical Name: Ficus elastica ‘Tineke’
A spectacular indoor plant, it features pink, yellow, cream, or red spots on thick foliage. Some varieties offer a mix of all four colors and give a rainbow-like effect.
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23. Variegated Pink Croton
Botanical Name: Codiaeum variegatum
Long leaves of this beautiful croton have a fusion of light and deep pink along with hints of green. For best foliage color, keep it at a bright spot with indirect sunlight.
Here are some of the most amazing varieties of crotons you can grow
24. Anthurium Tickled Pink
Botanical Name: Anthurium andraeanum ‘Tickled Pink’
‘Tickled pink’ opens to a spathe in rich pink-magenta hues with dark purple edges that mature in a beautiful shade of fluorescent pink.
Read more about growing anthurium plant here
25. Six Angled Kalanchoe
Botanical Name: Kalanchoe sexangularis
The leaves of this shrub have scalloped margins tinged in a shade of pink-red. It is a compact specimen that grows a foot tall and makes for a cute indoor plant.
26. Variegated Kalanchoe
Botanical Name: Kalanchoe blossfeldiana ‘Tricolor’
As the name suggests, this variegated plant has red-pink petioles on the opposite leaves arrangement that renders it quite a unique look. Not just this, it flowers as well.
27. Boat Lily
Botanical Name: Tradescantia spathacea
If you like a thick foliage plant that spills out pink everywhere, then you’re like this plant with its unusual inflorescence with a pink-purple underside.
28. Cabbage Palm
Botanical Name: Cordyline ‘Pink Passion’
One of the most dazzling varieties of cordyline, the plant has pink-red and purple leaves edged with dark hues of pink.
29. Tricolor Stromanthe
Botanical Name: Stomanthe sanguinea ‘Tricolor’
This amazing houseplant gives a different look from every angle! The green leaves have white variegation, and the undersides show off pink with red hues.
30. Pink Arrowhead Plant
Botanical Name: Syngonium podophyllum ‘Pink Allusion’
The plant shows off light green leaves with bright pink veins. Can also be pruned to look more bushy and compact or you can train it to climb up on support sticks or trellis.
31. Pink Congo
Botanical Name: Philodendron ‘Pink Congo’
The bright pink leaves of this plant get their color because of a chemical, which gives a rich tone to the foliage and makes it quite pink!