Look no further for the most Instagrammable plant of the moment, the pink trend is reaching new heights by falling in love with the world of plants. Non green plants are achlorophyllous plants having no chlorophyll in their leaves and their stems, and have color other than green. So these plants need not the process of photosynthesis and they may get their nutrition either as parasitic or utilize sunlight to synthesize their own food through carbon dioxide and water and other nutrients. After the cacti madness, the waterfall plants, those that survive the heat, those that help us sleep better, here are the non green plants that denote the classics that we know.
Does Ceropegia woodii variegata speak to you? And Fittonia? These non green plants, sometimes with unpronounceable names, will invade our interiors. Here are 6 plants that will make you see life in pink, perfect for enhancing a room and giving a feminine look to everlasting non green plants.
Ceropegia Woodii Variegata
This fast-growing succulent with droopy leaves is also called “chains of hearts”. Originally from South Africa, it requires very little care.
The Phyllostachya Hypoestes
Surely the pinkest of plants with its pigmented and patterned foliage. Native to Madagascar, its leaves are mottled with a soft white or pink. Only problem? Do not forget to water it regularly.
Originally from the forests of South America (more precisely Colombia and Peru), the Fittonia seduces with its foliage. This hanging non green plant with its maxi pink colored leaves does not require much effort. It is enough simply to mist the leaves from time to time.
The Philodendron Erubescens
Better known under the name of Philodendron roux, this depolluting plant not only cleans the interior but also resists humidity. Its lightly colored leaves of a tender pink are unanimous.
The Rhoeo Tradescantia Spathacea
Coming straight from Central America, this variety of plant is presented with foliage erected in a rosette. It stores water in its long, shiny, purple and rigid leaves.
The Calathea Triostar
This ultra hardy houseplant from South America has glossy foliage speckled with pretty pale pink hues. It requires very little light to thrive and can survive low temperatures.