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Video: Variegated House Plants to Discover!

Sarah Logie — Nov 10

Unique, house plants are just the thing to liven up your homescape! And lucky for you, we've got some totally cool and vibrant varieties for you to check out. Discover distinguishable colors and lush, textured growth as our Plant Expert, Meredith, shows off a few of our favorite variegated house plants! Each one is extra special in its own way.

House Plants Featured:

    Watch the full video above, and scroll down for the full transcript!

    House Plants
    Plant Expert, Meredith, shows off a few fun, variegated house plants!

    Variegated Ficus Triangularis
    Variegated Ficus Triangularis

    Rattlesnake Plant
    Rattlesnake Plant

    Green Chinese Evergreen
    Green Chinese Evergreen Plant

    Full Transcript: Variegated House Plants to Discover!

    Here are three variegated house plants that you may have never heard about.

    The first one is actually a type of Ficus. It's our Triangle Ficus bush, and as you can see, the leaves are very triangular shaped, but my favorite part is the detail on the leaves. It's almost this two-tone, painted green look, and then it's surrounded by a very pale green, almost yellow, and all the leaves look like that even when they're younger leaves. And this one can grow up to be more of a floral plant, as well, and not so much of a bush form, but this one is quite young at the moment.

    And the middle is our Rattlesnake Plant. This one's just so cool, it's unlike variegated plants - you have a distinct pattern to the leaves, and they kind of keep this wavy texture to them, too. But I love the pop of color. It's this deep maroon purple on the back. So, this would look great in a nice wide planter, kind of more compact, but this one can get quite large, as well, for a statement piece.

    And then finally, we have our Chinese Evergreen Plant. It has more of the speckled variegation on the leaves, and this one stands more upright, so if you have a nice deep container that you want a nice upward growth, this would be a perfect option.

    If you do have pets, I would recommend the Rattlesnake Plant, as it is pet friendly out of these three.

    These are three great variegated house plant options, but of course we have more to choose from at FastGrowingTrees.com.

    Sarah Logie

    As Content Strategist at FastGrowingTrees.com, Sarah is smitten with words and a fanatic for flowers, particularly cut florals and house plants. With a love for curating compelling content, she also enjoys furthering her plant knowledge along the way! A few of her favorite flowers include hibiscus, hydrangeas, peonies and dahlias.

    Sarah’s fondness for plants was cultivated through many childhood trips to Longwood Gardens in southeastern Pennsylvania, as well as through her first job out of college at a floral event design company. In her free time, catch her snapping photos of anything and everything, day-dreaming about interior decor, and enjoying the outdoors any chance she gets.

    Questions? Contact Sarah at information@fastgrowingtrees.com.

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