Plants that have big multicolored leaves

There are 15 plants that have big multicolored leaves like aspidistra, maranta, monstera that you will love.

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    Aspidistra Elatior Milky Way

    Aspidistra Elatior Milky Way is an easy, low maintenance and drought tolerant plant that is recommended for beginners and travelers, as it can survive without water for a time.

    Aspidistra grows in the dark undergrowth of the forest from Asia, that's why this plant grows so well in low light conditions and it's for being one of the best office plants.

    Cast iron plants are safe for cats, dogs, and children because they are non-toxic and its leaves have a dark green color and can grow slowly up to 90 cm.

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    Maranta Leuconeura Kerchoveana

    Maranta leuconeura var. kerchoveana is an evergreen plant with patterned leaves originally from Brazil Rainforests that is kept as a house plant for its attractive foliage.

    Also commonly known by the name prayer plant because its leaves remind us to two hands praying because its leaves fold upward at night.

    Maranta Leuconeura grows approx. up to 30-40cm and it gets bushy because it grows horizontally. The leaves of Maranta Leuconeura Kerchoveana are oval in shape, colored green-grey, with darker green to brown splashes across the surface. On the other hand, these colors are not visible from the back, not even the vein arrangement.

    Maranta Leuconeura is usually placed in the corners of furniture or in a hanging basket because it looks great with a cascade look.

    Everyone should have a maranta at home because they are pet-friendly and air purifier plants that improve the quality of the air. Because of this, marantas are perfects plants for bedrooms and living rooms.

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    Monstera Adansonii Variegata

    Monstera Adansonii is famous because of the unique variegated foliage and leaves with holes that need more light than the ones without variegation.

    Variegated plants (yellow or white parts) need brighter light to survive since they have less chlorophyll than regular green plants.

    Monstera Adandonii Variegata is mildly toxic if ingested so you should keep an eye on your pets or children. Thanks to its aerial roots it climbs trees, totems, wood or whatever it has nearby, so you can have fun experimenting with totems or other superficies to see how this grows.

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  • Monstera Deliciosa Variegata

    Monstera Deliciosa Variegata is recognizable by its large, glossy green and white leaves with deep splits and holes. Like most houseplants, it’s native to the tropics.

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    Sansevieria Trifasciata Bantels Sensation

    Sansevieria Trifasciata Bantels Sensation is a snake plant variety that is drought-tolerant so it's recommended for travelers.

    It has white vertical striping in the thin but tall leaves and it's commonly mistaken with Sansevieria Metallica because they look similar, but this one has more yellowish and narrow leaves. Like other sansevierias, this species can bloom in summer with sweetly fragrant greenish-white flowers but this cultivar rarely seems to do so.

    Take into account that sansevierias are toxic to cats, dogs, and people if ingested, so keep them in a safe spot.

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    Sansevieria Trifasciata Black Coral

    Sansevieria Trifasciata Black Coral is a variety of snake plant with narrow leaves with vertically wide gray-green wavy horizontal bands on a dark green background.

    The leaves are so dark when they first emerge that they almost appear black, and these younger leaves lack any of the bands that appear as the leaves age.

    This cultivar plant is sometimes confused with an older Sansevieria Trifasciata variety called 'Black Gold', which should have a yellow margin that the Sansevieria Black Gold lacks.

    Sansevieria Trifasciata is poisonous to dogs and cats (they can cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea), so you should keep it stay away from pets and children. Sansevierias are considered air purifiers because they filter some toxins from the air, and therefore, it is recommended to have them in offices, bedrooms or the living room.

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    Sansevieria Trifasciata Black Gold

    Sansevieria Trifasciata Black Gold is an easy plant thanks to its hardiness and low-maintenance that suits everyone. In special, it's a recommended plant for beginners and travelers because it doesn't need much attention.

    Sansevieria Back Gold is a drought-tolerant plant, it means it can long without water for a while. In addition, snake plants can tolerate a large range of light intensities from low light (where they will survive but won't grow much) to full sun. Bright indirect light is what suits best to a sansevieria as a houseplant.

    Its leaves are green about 1 meter high and are edged in gold. #SnakePlants are good bedroom and office plants because they are air purifiers. Sansevierias improve the quality of the air by removing toxins

    Be extra careful if there are pets and children around because sansevierias are toxic if ingested.

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  • Sansevieria Trifasciata Black Robusta

    Sansevieria Trifasciata Black Robusta is a hardy drought-tolerant plant with long, broad leaves commonly confused with Sansevieria Black Coral.

    Because of their adaptability and tolerance, its catalog as a beginner, low light plants that makes it perfect for offices. Their broad leaves soak up toxins and carbon dioxide and produce oxygen to help purify the air in the room.

    Unfortunately for a lot of people, snake plants are not safe for cats or dogs because they are mildly toxic if ingested. A good practice to keep your pet safe with toxic plants around is to provide him some weed to purge himself. With that, he will not need to eat other plants.

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    Sansevieria Trifasciata Cylindrica

    Sansevieria Trifasciata Cylindrica is a succulent plant native to Africa that in its natural habitat is used to receiving lots of direct sunlight and surviving without water.

    Sansevierias thrive in low light conditions and are drought-tolerant, making it a recommended plant for beginners or travelers that fits every house and that is recommended for bedrooms, living rooms or offices because it is an air purifier plant

    Sansevieria Cylindrica has smooth, greenish-gray striped sub-cylindrical leaves that can grow up to 2 meters. The most common reason for the death of a snake plant is excessive watering.

    Snake plants are slightly toxic if swallowed, so keep it far from cats, dogs, and children.

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  • Sansevieria Trifasciata Futura Superba

    Sansevieria Trifasciata Futura Superba is a hardy and easy plant recommended for beginners that is native to Africa. Sansevierias are drought-tolerant plants that can live without any water for a while, so they are considered as low-maintains plants that are good for travelers.

    Snake plants are famous because they can grow in low light conditions so it's a plant that fits every house, but you place it far from cats, dogs or children because of it mildly toxic if ingested.

    Sansevieria Futura Superba is an air-purifying indoor plant recommended for living rooms, bedrooms that can grow slowly up to 1.5 meters.

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    Sansevieria Trifasciata Laurentii

    Sansevieria Laurentii is the most sold variety of Sansevieria, native to Africa, and well-known for being one of the lowest maintenance and easiest plants on earth that makes it a perfect plant for beginners or for people who travels a lot.

    Sansevieria Trifasciata Laurentii can grow up to 1.2 meters and it's recognizable by its tight clump of dark green leaves with lighter gray-green zig-zag and yellow stripes along the margins.

    Snake plants are succulents air purifiers, it means they are plants that improve the air quality by removing toxins from the air. Before having a sansevieria, make sure your cat, dog or children don't eat it because it's toxic if ingested.

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    Sansevieria Trifasciata Whitney

    Sansevieria Trifasciata Whitney is a succulent plant native to Africa that is grown as a houseplant in colder climates. They love heat, bright light, and even direct sunlight, but they will also tolerate low light conditions, making it a perfect beginner plant.

    Sansevieria Whitney is a perfect plant for travelers because it doesn't need much maintenance and it is drought tolerant, so it is recommended that they grow in well-drained compost. They can easily rot because they are sensitive to water so make sure you don't over-water them.

    The Whitney snake plant is a compact air purifier Sansevieria, with a growth rate of 45-50 cm and an average of 4 leaves per plant that is toxic if ingested so place it far from cats, dogs, and children.

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    Spathiphyllum Domino

    Domino Peace Lily is a variegated form of the common Peace Lily. This tough and easy to grow plant recommended for beginners has blotches of white all over each leaf.

    Spathyllums are air purifier plants that remove toxins from the air, so they are perfect for bedrooms, living rooms, and offices.

    Peace Lilies are well known for being a flowering plant all year, except if they are in low light conditions.

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