We often play with the infinite shades of green that nature provides when decorating our homes with plants. However, few people are aware that there are pink plants that can further enhance indoor spaces.

Finding plants with pink flowers is relatively simple, but some have pink leaves and stems. In this article, we list 8 particularly beautiful ones.

  1. Euphorbia Trigona:
    • Despite being entirely green, this succulent produces beautiful pink or red leaves every year.
  2. Calathea:
    • Known for its pink hues, this plant has the unique behavior of closing its leaves during the nighttime.
  3. Heuchera:
    • These perennial plants are cultivated more for their leaves than their flowers, which can range from pink to purple, yellow, or orange. Water them three times a day.
  4. Succulents (Echeveria):
    • Among various succulents that turn pink, those of the Echeveria genus are undoubtedly the most beautiful.
  5. Dracaena Marginata:
    • With long, narrow leaves, this tropical-looking plant can reach up to two meters in height.
  6. Begonia Rex:
    • Among the diverse begonias, those with pink hues thrive in ample sunlight. Water only when the soil is very dry.
  7. Zebrina:
    • Available in pink or purple, this trailing plant can be hung and requires watering once a week. Exposure to sunlight for at least 8 hours a day is recommended.
  8. Fittonia:
    • This trailing plant boasts beautiful leaves that turn pink. It can grow in small pots and is perfect for being placed in a terrarium.
  9. Hyacinth:
    • The legend surrounding this curious flower is intriguing—it is said to have sprung from the blood of a wound inflicted by the god Apollo on Hyacinthus, the son of King Amyclas. Hyacinths can be planted in pots or water and grow from bulbs.

Adding these pink-hued plants to your indoor garden not only introduces vibrant colors but also offers a delightful variety to your home decor.