Fan of tiger prints? These 12 stunning Tiger Pattern Houseplants will blow your mind. Also, they are easy to grow indoors.
Tiger prints have always been in trend and adorn the household interiors for a long time! If you too are fond of them, then you can have them in living form–Just grow these stunning Tiger Pattern Plants!
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Types of Tiger Patterned Plants
1. Tiger Kalanchoe
Botanical Name: Kalanchoe humilis ‘Tiger’
Also known as tiger stripe kalanchoe, it exhibits egg-shaped pale green leaves that are marked in purple or maroon streaks like a tiger. It also grows small, purple-green flowers during summer.
2. Silver Squill
Botanical Name: Ledebouria socialis
Also known as wood hyacinth, the plant features silver leaves variegated with green splotches. It performs well in both part-sun and shade.
3. Tiger Fern
Botanical Name: Nephrolepis exaltata ‘Tiger’
This charming cultivar features cascading fronds of yellow-green foliage. Perfect for a hanging basket.
4. Elephant Ear Tiger
Botanical Name: Alocasia Zebrina ‘Tiger’
The focal point of this plant is a distinct tiger-patterned stem. It’s also known as the zebra plant.
5. Tiger Jade
Botanical Name: Crassula picturata
This cute small succulent produce small, shield-shaped grey-green leaves with contrasting dark blue-green spots and purple undersides that somewhat resemble the tiger patterns.
6. Tiger Aloe
Botanical Name: Gonialoe variegata
One of the prettiest aloes, it displays small sword-shaped fleshy foliage with beautiful white tiger-like stripes marked on green leaves.
7. Tiger Stripe Mother of Thousands
Botanical Name: Kalanchoe daigremontiana ‘Tiger Stripe’
This fascinating plant grows tiny plants from the edges of leaves that look exactly like adult plants but much small in shape. Has striking, tiger-like stripes on the leaves.
8. Tiger Cryptanthus
Botanical Name: Cryptanthus ‘Tiger’
This stunning rosette-forming plant features wavy mid-green leaves with irregular white cross bands that look like a mix of zebra and tiger patterns!
9. Silver Vase Plant
Botanical Name: Aechmea fasciata
Also known as ‘urn plant,’ the leathery arched leaves are patterned in silver and sea green streaks that contrast beautifully with pink flower bracts and blue blossoms.
Botanical Name: Caladium ‘Gingerland’
The heart-shaped creamy-white leaves have green margins and are designed in pink or red splotches that somewhat resemble patterns of the tiger’s skin.
11. White Tiger
Botanical Name: Calathea ‘White Tiger’
Calathea white tiger looks similar to white fusion. Also, it’s fussy to grow, but it deserves the efforts.
12. Tiger Shark Snake Plant
Botanical Name: Sansevieria trifasciata ‘Futura Robusta’
This short variety has silver-green leaves with a dark green strip that gives an illusion of a tiger skin-like pattern.