Rare Indoor Plants

Rare Indoor Plants

Everyone loves to have plants at home and on their balconies. But a true plant enthusiast will want some rare and exotic indoor plants at home. There are so many diverse plants, which can make your home feel like a fabulous jungle. Below are a few to consider when planning your green oasis. 

  • Pink princess philodendron

This is a beautiful multi-layered plant that has pink patterns and black leaves. It is a rare house plant and the leaves and stem have gorgeous variegation. It needs partial to shady sunlight and grows well in indoor temperatures above 60 degrees. It is a vining plant so it will grow beautifully on stake or trellis.

  • White knight philodendron 

This is an unusual plant with splattered white color on the leaves. The plant has a unique stem that is purple-brown and light cream color. This plant grows slow due to half-inch apart nodes. The plant has a compact and dense foliage appearance. 

  • Watermelon Peperomia Argyreia Plant

This plant is a native to South America and has round, red and fleshy leaves and has green stripes. Due to its resemblance to watermelon, it is named the Watermelon Peperomia Argyreia Plant. This plant grows from 6 to 8 inches tall. This plant cannot sustain in temperatures below 60 degrees Fahrenheit.

  • Sansevieria Star Canary

This plant is a small succulent plant and is also called the Snake Plant or Mother in law Tongue plant. Small leaves have a juicy yellow color and elder leaves have a contrasting dark green color. The plant has a pretty rosette pattern and light wavy leaf rims. As the plant matures the color starts changing to olive green color. The plant is a slow-growing plant and the amount of sunlight it gets determines its leaf shades and colors. You can water it sparsely and it will thrive in low sunlight.

  • Red Prayer Plant

The leaves of the plant get flat during the day and look like hands that are folding for prayer. That is how the plant has derived the name Red Prayer Plant. This plant is blessed with a tricolor variety. It has yellow spots with green and velvety leaves and the margins have red veins. This plant is a little difficult to grow and maintain and needs a lot of care and attention.

  • Living Stones Plant

The name of this plant is Living Stones Plant because it has a very noticeable resemblance to pebbles and rocks. The origin of this succulent plant is from South Africa. This plant growth is exceedingly small and slow and can take years for new leaves to form. This is a great collectible plant for plant lovers.

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