Introduce colorful contrast to your living space with these fascinating Polka Dot Print Houseplants! They look great with other patterned indoor plants too!
Make the most of your living space by growing these remarkable Polka Dot Print Houseplants! They are easy to grow and look great with the rest of indoor plants thanks to their unique and fascinating foliage.
Have a look at some stunning patterned houseplants here
Polka Dot Print Houseplants
Botanical Name: Caladium bicolor ‘Polka Dot’
This is a showy houseplant featuring large arrow-shaped white-green leaves, well-motted with pink and red spots. It thrives in high humidity.
Have a look at the most beautiful types of Caladium here
2. Polka Dot Begonia
Botanical Name: Begonia maculata
This begonia variety is grown for its striking appereance and easy-going nature. Its polka dot pattern leaves will make an amazing ornamental addition to your living room decor.
3. Dracaena Gold Dust
Botanical Name: Dracaena surculosa
It features glossy, dark-green leaves with elegant yellow spots that look simply fabulous with the contrasting dark foliage. Do note that they’re not typical polka dot in shape.
Check out our article on the best Dracaena varieties here
4. Polka Dot Plant
Botanical Name: Hypoestes phyllostachya
Polka Dot is an attractive houseplant popular for its contrasting and remarkable appereance. It showcases beautiful green leaves with spots and splashes of pink.
5. Red Ruby Aglaonema
Botanical Name: Aglaonema ‘Red Ruby’
Red Ruby Aglaonema looks super stylish on tabletops flaunting its green leaves with impressive red-pink dots and splashes.
Have a look at the most beautiful Aglaonema varieties here
6. Pink Brocade
Botanical Name: Hypoestes phyllostachya ‘Pink Brocade’
Pink Brocade is an interesting variety with green fine spots-dots and lines on pink leaves. It grows fast and thrives well in partial to full sunlight.
7. Red Splash
Botanical Name: Hypoestes phyllostachya ‘Red Splash’
This terrific houseplant features a unique and striking bright red and black foliage. The dark leaves with spots and dots in the shade of red look quite unique.
8. Silver Squill
Botanical Name: Ledebouria socialis
With its spotted foliage and unique growing habit, it makes for a handsome looking houseplant. The light green leaves have dark green spots and patterns on them.