Decoration: three colorful houseplants you’ll want to have


If you are a fan of decorate with plantsYou will love these strains. Besides bringing life, helping to purify the air, connecting us with nature, and being an inexpensive way to transform a room, these plants have the added benefit that their colorful leaves are eye-catching. ‘Warning.

we show you three original species that you will want to add to your home to renew the environment and the care that everyone needs:

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Indoor plants with colorful leaves. (Photo Florencia Vigilante)

There is a wide variety of calatheas or calatheas, which differ from each other in the shape and colors of their leaves. the Calathea tricolor, also known as Stromanthe sanguineais a beautiful plant with thin, long leaves in various shades of pink and green.

It needs indirect light (never direct) and likes humidity, so it is necessary to pay attention to the irrigation (ideal if it is done with rain or filtered water) and to water its leaves. Important: keep it away from radiators.


Indoor plants with colorful leaves.  (Pixabay illustration photo)
Indoor plants with colorful leaves. (Pixabay illustration photo)

With oval-shaped leaves and a range of colors that includes red, orange, yellow and greenthe croton does not go unnoticed anywhere. Its scientific name is Codiaeum Variegatum and it does not require much care.

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It needs clarity but not direct light. It should be watered once a week in winter. (it is important that it has good drainage) and mist its leaves frequently.


the red aglaonema, fire or “red fire” It is a very striking plant thanks to its fuchsia and green leaves. Moreover, it has the advantage of purifies the air you breathe by absorbing contaminants such as toluene and xylene, found in cleaning products.

Is perfect for any room in the house provided it is not in direct sunlight or near a heater or air conditioner. It needs sufficient watering so that the substrate always remains moist.



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