Owning a beautiful space is one thing everyone desires, and so do you, right? If you can find something to make your home more attractive to everyone who walks into your space, you’re on the right track. In today’s post, we have listed 7 houseplants with the most unique leaves that will surely catch the eye and make your friends ask. Check them out with us.
The shape, size and color of the leaves are so special. Whether you are an aficionado planter or not, you will fall in love with them if you stay in front of them and these plants make a great addition to your collection. Growing them in your home will surely bring out natural beauty and bring a new lease of life to your home. Like other houseplants, they can easily adapt to conditions and require only basic care from you. Don’t hesitate, grow some now!
#1 prayer plant
Prayer plants have swaying velvety deep green foliage dotted with yellow dots that remain flat during the day and fold up like praying hands at night. It thrives in bright, indirect sunlight and in a moist environment. It’s safe for your kids and pets.
#2 Chinese money plant
Chinese money plant has pancake shaped leaves that look striking with the contrasting background. If you grow it in a place that has indirect sunlight and water when the soil dries out, fertilize with semi-solid water-soluble fertilizer during the growing season.
#3 Pearl Necklace
The string of pearls is succulent with tiny nodules growing on long trailing stems. It thrives easily when provided with bright, indirect sunlight and prefers to dry out between watering. Make sure you grow it in a container that has enough drainage holes.
#4 Watermelon Peperomie
Watermelon Peperomia is a tropical plant with showy leaves that resemble a watermelon. She loves well-drained soil and bright, indirect sunlight.
#5 Birds Nest Fern
Birds Nest Fern is easy to grow under the right conditions, primarily warmth and humidity. Bright indirect light and a temperature around 70 F is optimal for growing bird’s nest ferns indoors.
#6 Begonia Maculata
Begonia Maculata is a beautiful plant with white spots on the leaves making it an exceptional plant. She also likes bright, indirect sunlight, which encourages vigorous growth and blooms. In general, keep the soil moist and allow the top inches of soil to dry out between watering.
#7 Red Oxalis
Red oxalis has uniquely shaped leaves. Also known as Purple Shamrock, this plant thrives in a sunny window. Maintain moderate humidity and fertilize every two to three weeks to encourage healthy growth.