Add a Dash of Rosy Hue in Your Home With These 7 Stunning Pink Indoor Plants

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These pink indoor plants are all Elle Woods approved!

If you think we are running out of excuses to buy indoor plants, think again! We have found new indoor plants that will tempt you to put them at every corner of your home. Yes, they are real: pink indoor plants! These pink indoor plants are seriously dreamy, gorgeous, and will add the perfect pop of color to your home. On board? Here are our favorite pink indoor plants you can start with!

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Arrowhead Pink Plant

Native to the tropical rain forests in Central and South America, the Arrowhead Pink Plant got its name from the spade-like shape of its leaves. It’s a fast-growing and trailing plant that can produce large pink leaves.

Sunlight: Medium to bright light. Tolerates low light.

Water: Keep the potting mix moist by watering it two to three times per week.

RELATED: Top 12 Fast Growing Indoor Plants to Fill Your Home

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Pink Aglaonema

Colorful and vibrant, the Pink Aglaonema has strikingly patterned leaves. It’s the perfect choice for forgetful plant owners since it’s an easy-going plant.

Sunlight: Bright, indirect light but can adapt to low light.

Water: Water when the top 50% of the soil is dry.

Pink Philodendron

One of the most stunning pink indoor plants to grow. The Pink Philodendron is also called the “Pink Princess” because of its bright pink variegation and dark green leaves.

Sunlight: Bright, indirect light.

Water: Water when the top inch of soil is dry.

RELATED: How to Care for Your Philodendron Plant

Pink Polka Dot Plant

One of the popular pink indoor plants that are also considered as one of the ‘it’ plants of 2021 because of its cheery and colorful foliage that comes in several striking color combinations like green & pink and pink & white.

Sunlight: Pink Polka Dot Plant requires bright, indirect light to keep its colors vibrant.

Water: It prefers constantly moist but not soggy soil.

RELATED: How to Care for Your Polka Dot Plant

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Tradescantia Nanouk

Tradescantia Nanouk, also known as Fantasy Venice, is the trending plant right now on Instagram because of its pretty bright green, pink & purple, fuzzy-ish leaves growing on chunky stems.

Sunlight: Tradescantia Nanouk does well in bright, indirect sunlight or full sun.

Water: Water your Tradescantia Nanouk once a week or when the top inch of the soil is dry.

RELATED: How to Care for Your Tradescantia Nanouk

Triostar Stromanthe

The Triostar Stromanthe or Stromanthe sanguinea, also knowns as Magenta Triostar, is a tropical plant famous for its full variegate green-and-white leaves that glows with pinkish hues. You need to be patient because this plant requires a bit of TLC to keep it happy and healthy. The Triostar Stromanthe loves sunlight so much that this plant would literally reach for the stars as the sunlight fades.

Sunlight: Triostar Stromanthe grows best under indirect light, so it’s best to place your plant in a warm, well-lit spot.

Water: Keep the soil slightly damp, but not soggy. Water your Triostar Stromanthe when the top inch of the soil is dry.

RELATED: How to Care for Your Stromanthe Triostar

Pink indoor plants are the new green! We hope that these pink indoor plants will cheer you up when you’re feeling blue.

Check out our Plant Care blog to learn more about different houseplants and tips on how to keep your plants alive and healthy.

Whatever houseplant you choose to transform your home into a lively oasis, you’ll definitely need a stylish planter to display your plant baby in. No matter what your style, there’s an Omysa planter that will be perfect with your garden and home’s décor. From ceramics to fiberstone, check out Omysa’s Shop and add it to your cart!

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