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Hey y’all happy Saturday! Today is an overall pretty great day, I’m attending my first plant swap here in Phoenix, Arizona (will post pictures when I come back from it!) So yeah, super excited!

Today we are talking about plants. Pink ones to be exact. I have gathered this list of the most beautiful pink plants on the planet that you are able to get and grow in your own home.

Without further to do, here we go.

Calathea Triostar (Stromanthe Sanguinea)

Match it with the perfect plant-pot combo!

Nerve Plants (Fittonia Albivenis)

Ruby Pink Rubber Tree (Ficus elastica)

Wandering Jew (Tradescantia Tricolor)

Pink Princess Philodendron (Philodendron Erubescens)

Polka Dot or Freckle Face Plant (Hypoestes Phyllostachya)

Tri-Color Oyster Plant (Rhoeo Spathacea)

Earth stars (Cryptanthus Pink Star)

Aglaonema Creta

Dracaena Marginata Tricolor

Cordyline Ruby

Rainbow Peperomia Ginny


Rex Begonia

That’s all for today, guys! Hope you enjoyed this list and were able to add a few of these to your own houseplant wishlists!

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Comments (07)

  1. Oh wow Jason, some of these are so pretty! I’m especially loving the Pink Princess Philodendron, I wouldn’t mind one of those.
    I also had no clue you could get rubber trees with some pink/red running through the leaves! I’ve only ever seen the normal green or variegated versions. Is this type particularly hard to come by?

    1. The Ruby Red Rubber Trees are a bit harder to come by, unfortunately. I’ve only ever seen just a small handful when I’m out nursery-hopping and it takes all of the self control in my body to not get one every time I see it! I own the Burgundy Rubber Tree and the Tineke Rubber Tree so I’m good for now on those haha.

  2. Sorry Jason, I can’t seem to use the reply button to reply to you.
    Those are the proper names of the rubber trees I meant haha. They’re both beautiful, I hope to get either of them for myself once I have a good area to grow one in.
    Also, it can be soo tempting to buy a plant that you know if hard to come by when you finally see it, but as you say, if you already have other varieties sometimes you’ve got to know when to stop.

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