10 Plants with Patterned Leaves You'd Want in Your Home
They aren't plain greens, that's for sure!
Indoor plants have more to offer your home than just a splash of green. Pink plants, for one, are a foolproof choice for a dainty splash of color, but if you're a sucker for prints, check out the stunning patterned leaves on the plants below:
1. Roseo Lineata Calathea
This calathea has a beautiful pinstriped pattern with splashes of pink.
2. Watermelon Peperomia
The name of these round, striped greens speaks for itself.
3. Monstera Adansonii
This Monstera plant naturally grows holes in its leaves as it gets older.
4. Monstera Deliciosa
If the Monstera Adansonii's heart-shaped leaves aren't for you, try the Deliciosa for a resort-like feel.
5. Pink and Green Fittonia
Fittonias are known for prominent colored veins that create a stunning pattern on the plant.
6. Anthurium Crystallinum
This plant's stark white veins are as much of a scene stealer as its large heart-shaped leaves.
7. Lemon and Lime Rubber Tree
We're in love with fading, watercolor-like effect on the lemon and lime rubber tree's leaves.
8. Polka Dot Plant
The spotting on polka dot plants almost look like paint splatter, and visitors in your home will definitely have trouble looking away.
9. Begonia Maculata
The Begonia Maculata is another polka-dotted plant that appears almost too good to be real, especially when you see its gorgeous red under leaf.
10. Zebra Plant
This plant's smooth leaves and white stripes will make any succulent lover's heart sing.
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