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Here are the 19 Sexiest Burgundy Houseplants you must add to your collection to bring a touch of glam to your home garden!

If you are looking for exotic plants to amp up your interior decor, check out the Sexiest Burgundy Houseplants we have sorted out for you. They are easy-growing and thrive in little care.

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Sexiest Burgundy Houseplants

1. Columbian Peperomia


Botanical Name: Peperomia metallica var. columbiana

This perennial shows off dark green to black leaves that are burgundy to dark red beneath. The leaves also have a metallic silver stripe at the center.

2. Ti Plant


Botanical Name: Cordyline fruticosa

This sexy houseplant displays dark burgundy-red leaves, variegated with red-pink streaks. The new growth develops in a pink shade.

3. Cranberry Hibiscus


Botanical Name: Hibiscus acetosella

This plant is loved for both yellow and red blossoms. Its pretty foliage in burgundy-copper hues resembles the shade of maple trees.

4. Kiwi Fern


Botanical Name: Solenostemon scutellarioides ‘Kiwi Fern’

This pretty coleus showcases burgundy leaves with yellow-pink edges. It prefers partial shade, well-draining soil, and a warm climate.

5. Ruby’s Necklace


Botanical Name: Othonna capensis ‘Ruby’s Necklace’

‘Ruby’s Necklace’ offer bean-like, narrow, long burgundy to purple and green leaves on purple stems.

6. Philodendron Black Cardinal


Botanical Name: Philodendron Black Cardinal

This exquisite Philo variety features deep burgundy leaves on red stems, making it a perfect choice for dark houseplant lovers.

7. Black Beauty


Botanical Name: Aeonium arboreum ‘Zwartkop’

When planted in full sunlight, the burgundy and green foliage turn almost black. The plant can grow up to 4-5 feet tall.

8. Abidjan Ficus


Botanical Name: Ficus elastica ‘Abidjan’

This rubber plant cultivar has large shiny leaves flushed in a burgundy-bronze hue. See more ficus elastica varieties here.

9. Harmony Black Beauty


Botanical Name: Begonia rex’ Harmony Black Beauty’

‘Harmony Black Beauty’ is a small-leaf begonia variety; it displays black foliage with burgundy margins and has a compact growth habit.

10. Red Sensation


Botanical Name: Cordyline australis’ Red Sensation’

This ‘cordyline’ features sword-like narrow burgundy-red leaves; it looks excellent in light-shaded planters.

11. Firerose Aeonium

Botanical Name: Aeonium garnet ‘firerose’

This lovely aeonium showcases a deep burgundy-bronze rosette with a yellow-green center. During spring, old rosettes form conical and erect yellow blossoms.

12. Jungle Velvet Calathea


Botanical Name: Calathea warscewiczii

‘Jungle Velvet’ calathea offers dark green leaves with burgundy undersides; the foliage has a beautiful velvety texture.

13. Mardi Gras


Botanical Name: Aeonium’ Mardi Gras’

‘Mardi Gras’ boasts rosettes of yellow and green variegation that turn burgundy when grown in bright light.

14. Echeveria ‘Hanaikada’


Botanical Name: Echeveria’ Hanaikada’

‘Hanaikada’ is a lovely hybrid; it forms rosettes of green leaves flushed in burgundy hue, the color intensifies in sunlight.

15. Loropetalum chinense Red Diamond

Botanical Name: Loropetalum chinense

‘Loropetalum chinense’ displays ovate, hairy leaves variegated in burgundy and green. The flower petals shape loosely attached fringes in magenta to burgundy hue.

16. Coral Bells ‘Cherry Cola’


Botanical Name: Heuchera ‘Cherry Cola’

An utter delight to eyes, this beautiful houseplant shows rusty-red to burgundy leaves and cherry red flowers. Display the plant as a tabletop centerpiece to enjoy its beauty.

18. Dyckia Cherry Cola


Botanical Name: Dyckia platyphylla

It looks like the dark purple version of aloe; it displays narrow, upright, thick leaves with sharp teeth and blooms exotic orange flowers under full sun.

19. Obsession Nandina Shrub


Botanical Name: Nandina domestica ‘Seika’

This compact plant produces lance-shaped leaves in burgundy to greenish-maroon shades and needs filtered sunlight to thrive.

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