Red Aglaonema: Chinese Evergreen Plants with Red or Pink Leaves

Red Aglaonema

Red Aglaonemas are broadleaved tropical houseplants with large green, red, and sometimes pink leaves. Also called the Chinese evergreen plant, the red Aglaonema plants include cultivars of the flowering plant genus Aglaonema. Varieties of Aglaonema with pink and red leaves include ‘Siam Aglaonema,’ ‘Pink Dalmatian,’ ‘Ultra Pink,’ ‘Red Emerald,’ and ‘Super Red Star.’

Best Perennials for Shade – Beautiful Perennial Flowers (With Pictures)

shade perennials

Perennial flowers for shade are perfect for growing in areas of your garden that get little sunlight. Shade-loving perennials grow under trees, large bushes, or landscape areas that are in constant shadows. Some of the best flowering plants for shade include hydrangeas, violets, hellebores, and astilbe flowers. Growing these hardy perennials adds foliage and color to your landscape where other plants won’t grow.

How to Protect Plants from Frost (And How to Cover Plants for Frost)

How to Protect Plants from Frost

Protecting plants from frost in early spring and late fall is vital for all gardeners. An unexpected freeze can kill tender seedlings, damage roots, and ruin plant foliage. Even when you expect temperatures to drop significantly, being prepared to protect plants from freezing conditions will help save your plants from the ravages of cold weather.

Plumbago Plant Care (Blue Plumbago and White Plumbago) – Plumbago Auriculata

Plumbago (Plumbago auriculata) is a beautiful evergreen climbing plant or shrub with clusters of blue or white flowers and glossy green spatulate leaves. The most common plumbago cultivar is the blue plumbago with pale blue, five-petaled flowers. The white plumbago (Plumbago auriculata ‘Alba’) looks similar; only it has brilliant snow-white flower heads. In colder climates, you can grow plumbago as a potted houseplant.

Colorful Indoor Plants: Colorful Leafy Plants (Red, Pink, Purple, White) – With Pictures

Colorful houseplants

Colorful plants with red, pink, green, purple, or white leaves add exotic beauty to any interior décor. Colorful leafy plants provide year-long interest without the need for flowers. Although some houseplants with colorful leaves bloom, their interest is with their multi-colored foliage. The best thing about growing colorful plants is that they are typically easy-to-care-for indoor plants.

Poplar Trees: Types, Bark, Leaves – Identification (With Pictures)

Poplar Trees: Types, Bark, Leaves - Identification

Poplar (Populus) trees are large deciduous trees with rounded to triangular leaves, attractive grayish bark, and small clusters of drooping flowers. Many poplar trees are identified by their bark’s color—white, gray, or black—and triangular, ovate leaves. The white poplar is the most common poplar tree and has white bark and white and green leaves that seem to ‘twinkle’ in gentle breezes. Some species of poplars also have a fresh balsam scent.

Silver Mound Care: Growing Silver Mound Artemisia (Artemisia Schmidtiana ‘Silver Mound’)

Silver Mound Artemisia

Silver mound (Artemisia schmidtiana ‘Silver mound’) is a perennial shrub with fine silvery-green needle-like leaves that create a silky mound of soft foliage. The silver mound plant is ideal in a landscape as a low-growing spacer, framing, ground cover, or edging plant. Sometimes just called artemisia, the silver mound is mat-forming clumping plant that is easy to care for as it grows in most soils, and requires little watering.

Dusty Miller: Complete Plant Care Guide (With Flower Pictures)

Dusty miller (Senecio cineraria) care

Dusty miller (Senecio cineraria, syn. Jacobaea maritima) is an attractive bushy perennial flowering shrub with silvery gray, soft fuzzy lobed leaves. As a minimal care bedding plant, dusty miller plants are drought tolerant and withstand direct sunlight, drought, and frost. The only care the plant needs is to trim leggy dusty miller stems in the summer.

50 Red Leaf Houseplants (Including Plants with Red and Green Leaves) – With Pictures

Red Leaf Houseplants

Red leaf plants add dramatic shades of crimson, burgundy, maroon, and deep pink to any home interior. Plants with bright red and green leaves brighten up rooms and add a touch of warmth to the décor. Some red-leaf houseplants such as Coleus, Caladium, and Anthurium have bright red foliage. Other types of red-leaved plants such as Begonia, Ti plants, and Dracaena have darker reds or subtle shades of red.

Caladium Plants: Leaves, Flowers, Types and Care (With Pictures)

Caladium plants are stunning tropical perennials with beautiful heart-shaped colorful leaves. Varieties of caladiums have spectacular leaves in colors such as pink, white, green, and red. Many multicolored caladium plants have vibrantly colored veining on the leaves and contrasting margins. Other caladium cultivars have splashes or speckles of contrasting color combinations.