Have a look at the Variegated Versions of Most Popular Houseplants and add awesome patterns to your indoor plant collection!
You will be surprised to know that many of your favorite indoor plants come with different patterns. Amazed? Have a look at some gorgeous Variegated Versions of Most Popular Houseplants.
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Variegated Versions of Most Popular Houseplants
Pothos is the most popular, air-purifying, and easy to grow houseplant that does not require any introduction. It offers a range of beautiful variegated varieties:
- Golden Pothos (Epipremnum aureum)
One of the most popular variegated versions of houseplants is golden pothos with leaves splashed in golden or yellow shades looks great in any style of decor.
2. Marble Queen Pothos (Epipremnum aureum ‘Marble Queen’)
Its heart-shaped green foliage is variegated with creamy white color. The size of the leaves is almost similar to golden pothos.
3. Jessenia Pothos (Epipremnum aureum ‘Jessenia’)
‘Jessenia’ is a slow-grower. It features heart-shaped leaves with light, distinct lime-green variegation.
4. Manjula Pothos (Epipremnum aureum ‘Manjula’)
The foliage has a similar heart shape to other pothos varieties, except the wavy margins. It has hues of silver, cream, white with large white patches on some leaves.
5. Hawaiin Pothos (Epipremnum aureum Pothos ‘Hawaiin’)
One of the best pothos for beginners, the large green leaves are splashed in gold streaks. It can grow quite long, so prune to keep in size and shape.
6. Silver Pothos (Scindapsus pictus)
Also known as satin pothos, it offers you shiny dark green foliage with silver variegation. Place it in bright indirect light for the best colors.
7. Pearls and Jade Pothos (Epipremnum aureum ‘Pearls and Jade’)
This variegated version of pothos has white and silver-gray variegation. Its leaves are smaller in size than other pothos.
Here’s all you need to know about growing pothos
Philodendrons are easy to grow and offer many beautiful varieties with attractive variegation, shapes, and colors.
8. Brasil Philodendron (Philodendron hederaceum ‘Brasil’)
This version of heartleaf philodendron has variegated heart-shaped foliage with golden-yellow, white, or cream-colored stripes.
9. White knight Philodendron (Philodendron sp. ‘White Knight’)
It’s a rare and beautiful variety that grows slow and offers uniquely colored stems in purple-brown shade and dark green foliage with white splotches.
10. Brandi Philodendron (Philodendron brandtianum)
The marbled silver stripes over green foliage are quite eye-catching. It can do well in low-lights and removes air-pollutants too.
11. Birkin (Philodendron ‘Birkin’)
This Philo showcases dark foliage variegated with light yellow markings.
12. Philodendron Burle Marx (Philodendron Burle Marx albo variegata)
The long slender foliage is variegated in the shades of mottled green, pink, and yellow.
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Peperomia offers a range of beautiful, smooth, and textured foliage; it’s an easy-going plant for homes.
13. Jelly Peperomia (Peperomia clusiifolia ‘Jelly’)
The striking foliage of this version shows off wide, oval-shaped foliage variegated with pink and cream edges.
14. Golden Gate Peperomia (Peperomia obtusifolia ‘Golden Gate’)
This compact houseplant features glossy creamy-green variegated leaves with a dense, bushy look.
15. Cupid Peperomia (Peperomia scandens ‘Variegata’)
This one is a variegated version of peperomia scandens and has heart-shaped light-green foliage with creamy gold edges.
16. Red Ripple Peperomia (Peperomia caperata ‘Red Ripple’)
This popular variety exhibits red-purple and deeply textured heart-shaped leaves.
17. Rainbow Peperomia (Peperomia clusiifolia ‘Rainbow’)
It has light green leaves patterned with yellow, pink borders. It does well in warm, bright light.
18. Peperomia Prostrata (Peperomia Prostrata)
Also known as string of turtles, this small vining plant has round dark green to purple shaded leaves variegated in white veins.
19. Watermelon Peperomia (Peperomia argyreia)
This popular houseplant displays rounded, fleshy leaves variegated with dark green and silver markings that resemble a watermelon’s rind.
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Calathea is admired for beautiful leaves that are available in many varieties.
20. Network (Calathea musaica ‘PP0005’)
This striking cultivar displays small variegated green leaves. It prefers bright indirect light.
21. White Fusion Calathea (Calathea ‘Fusion White’)
This highly variegated version has leaves splashed in white color with lilac purple backsides.
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Chinese evergreen is an easy-to-grow and tough houseplants that come in a range of shades and combinations.
22. Aglaonema ‘Emerald Bay’
This stunning variety has an amazing blend of dark green margins with a silver-gray center.
23. Aglaonema ‘Silver Queen’
‘Silver Queen’ exhibit lace-shaped silver-green variegated leaves on short stems.
24. Aglaonema ‘Georgi’s Ruby’
This beautiful plant showcases a mix of dark and light green foliage variegated with chartreuse and dark pink hues.
25. Aglaonema ‘Amelia’
‘Amelia’ is another beautiful variety with variegated dark green, silver-gray leaves.
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The bold and striking foliage comes in red, green, orange, ivory, pink, and copper shades.
26. Superstar Croton (Codiaenum Variegatum ‘Superstar’)
The bright green leaves are splashed in yellow spots and look wonderful in colorful pots.
27. Magnificent Croton (Codiaenum Variegatum ‘Magnificent’)
This beautiful cultivar has large leaves mottled with orange, red, pink, bronze, and yellow.
28. Bush on Fire Croton (Codiaenum Variegatum ‘Bush on Fire’)
It has leathery foliage in shades of green, pink, red, yellow, and orange that changes its hue with age.
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This air-purifying plant offers beautiful sword-like leaves and thrives in a range of extreme conditions.
29. Sansevieria ‘Laurentii’
The dark green leaves have yellow borders patterned in zig-zag horizontal stripes.
30. Sansevieria masoniana ‘Mason congo’
The striking dark green foliage has light green spots rendering it quite a stunning look.
31. Sansevieria fischeri
The beautiful foliage has dark and an elegant mid-green variegation.
32. Sansevieria Cleopatra
This hybrid variety has brown edges with patterns of dark green.
33. Sansevieria Whitney
The snake-like variegation on leaves makes this variety different and more desirable.
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Also known as the Swiss cheese plant, it’s easy to grow and climbs on trellis beautifully.
34. Variegated monstera (Monstera borsigiana ‘albo variegata’)
With a split-leaf appearance, the variegated foliage comes in a blend of pure white and deep green.
35. Variegated monstera (Monstera Adansonii)
This unique houseplant features beautiful, heavily variegated white and deep green leaves with holes.
36. Fruit Salad Plant (Monstera ‘Thai Constellation’)
One of the prettiest variety the deeply veined green foliage, has white variegation.
Polka Dot Plant
Also known as the freckle face plant, the polka dot plant (Hypoestes phyllostachya) offers colorful foliage in a range of colors and spottings.
37. White Splash Polka Dot Plant
The pointed leaves have beautiful white and green variegation.
38. Pink Dot
The green foliage has beautiful pink variegation in the form of pink dots hence the name.
Confetti offers beautiful green leaves with densely variegated leaves in the different shades of pink, red, and rose.
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Begonias are popular for eye-catching foliage; there are around 1000 species that exist in a range of shade, sizes, and shapes.
40. Painted leaf Begonia (Begonia rex-cultorum)
The stunning foliage shows off mid-green leaves with deep green variegation like broad veins.
41. Angel Wing Begonia (Begonia ‘Angel Wing’)
This popular variety has wing-shaped dark green foliage has light green spots.
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Caladium is one of the most beautiful houseplants with fancy leaves in a range of shades and shapes.
42. Freida Hemple
The medium to large leaves has a red center, light green smudges, and green margins.
The heart-shaped leaves are variegated in red and white splotches and green margins.
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This low-maintenance plant comes in different varieties with various colors and sizes.
44. Blue Bird Money Plant (Crassula arborescence blue bird variegata)
The variegated shades of green leaves include aqua, cream, red, and green hues.
45. Variegated Gollum Jade (Crassula ovata gollum variegata)
This variegated variety has green leaves with an orange tint and red tips with tubular or spoon-like shape.
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46. Calico Kitten (Crassula marginata ‘Variegata’)
The grey-green heart-shaped leaves have pink-cream and lemon-hued margins.
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This popular succulent is low-maintenance and offers many varieties.
47. Fantastic (Kalanchoe luciae ‘Fantastic’)
This pretty succulent has round, eggshell-like gray-green leaves patterned with red highlights and cream to white variegation on a basal rosette.
48. Donkey Ears (Kalanchoe gastonis-bonnieri)
‘Donkey Ears’ has bronze-green ovate leaves covered in a waxy coating and maroon-brown splotches.
49. Flapjack (Kalanchoe thyrsiflora)
The large green paddle-shaped leaves in red, yellow, and orange hues.
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Nerve plant (Fittonia spp.) is a beautiful perennial with beautifully veined deep green leaves.
50. Ruby Red (Fittonia ‘Ruby Red’)
The green leaves are artistically variegated with deep red veins.
51. Skeleton (Fittonia albivenis ‘Skeleton’)
Ideal for terrariums, it features brightly colored and variegated leaves with beautiful veins in red hues.
Check out our article on more fittonia varieties here
The rubber plant is popular for glossy, thick, green foliage and low demands.
52. Tineke Rubber Plant (Ficus Elastica ‘Tineke’)
This variegated rubber plant version has yellow, pink, cream, or red patches on its thick leaves. Some of them create a rainbow-like effect by showing a blend of all four shades.
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Also known as dumb cane, this easy-to-grow houseplant is ideal for home and office decor with a range of variegated varieties in different shades and shapes.
53. Dieffenbachia ‘Snow’
The dark green variegated leaves have cream-white streaks with silver-green spots.
54. Dieffenbachia ‘Sarah’
It displays beautiful variegated leaves with green edges and irregular cream patches.
55. Dieffenbachia ‘Rebecca’
‘Rebecca’ has bright yellow-green foliage, variegated in medium green borders.
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This famous houseplant comes in a range of varieties. It can survive in extreme conditions, purifies indoor air, and easy to maintain.
56. Florida Beauty (Dracaena surculosa)
This adorable variety has green foliage patterned in light yellow blotches. The leaves are variegated in cream spots.
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Also popular as a wax plant, this exotic indoor plant has thick waxy foliage. You can grow it in hanging baskets where it trails beautifully.
57. Tricolor Hoya (Hoya carnosa ‘Variegata’)
The green leaves are variegated with white and pink. It is also easy-to-grow.
58. Variegated Hoya (Hoya carnosa ‘Rubra’)
Also known as Krimson Princess, the cream splattered green leaves look great on red-purple stems.
59. Variegated Rope Plant (Hoya carnosa ‘Regalis’)
The twisted foliage is variegated with cream and also produces fragrant red-pink blooms.
Ti (Cordyline fruticosa) is a bold houseplant that can add colors and drama to any well-lit room of your home.
60. Florida Ti Plant (Cordyline fruticosa ‘Florida Red’)
The purple-red foliage is beautifully variegated with red-pink shades.
61. Red Sister Ti Plant (Cordyline ‘Red Sister’)
This classic variety features dark-purple-green leaves variegated with streaks of deep pink.
62. Maria Ti Plant (Cordyline fruticosa ‘Maria’)
The rich purple leaves are beautifully variegated in a hot pink hue.
Check out our article on beautiful indoor cordyline varieties here
Ivy houseplants are a synonym for elegance and class. They are easy to grow and offer a range of varieties.
63. Adam Ivy (Hedera helix ‘Adam’)
The evergreen houseplant has arrow-shaped, variegated mid-green leaves, edged with light green shades.
64. Gold Child (Hedera helix ‘Gold Child’)
This award-winning variety offers variegated gray-green leaves with yellow borders.