7 Stunning Purple Houseplant to Beautify Your Home



Homiful.com -- There are many natural wonders around us. Especially in plants. You may easily find dense and shady green leafy plants. However, have you ever seen or had a purple plant? Plants with a purplish color have a unique appeal. Purple plants will instantly make a garden or place where it is places so lively, vibrant and beautiful. 

Try to liven up your garden and living space with these 7 Stunning Purple Houseplant to Beautify Your Home.



Coleus Sunday

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Coleus is a houseplant that will make the corner of your house look vibrant. This plant has colorful foliage and is so captivating. Among the various types of coleus plant, there is a coleus that has purplish pink leaves that display a gorgeous gradation. This plant likes moist soil, so it requires frequent watering. During hot weather, you may have to water it twice a day. 



Oxalis Triangularis

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Native to Brazil, oxalis triangularis have many names. You may call it purple shamrock, purple shamrock, and love plant. Some even say it as a butterfly plant, thanks to the shape of the leaves that resemble the wings of a butterfly. Oxalis triangularis has a purple color with deep purple markings that look so amazing. 


Tradescantia

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Believe me, the tradescantia plant offers a purplish glow that is so alluring. This plant is so good for hanging. It will fill your vertical space perfectly. You can place it on a east or north-facing window as tradescantia grow well in bright, indirect light spot. Watering once a week is enough for this lovely purple plant.  


Gynura aurantiaca (purple passion)

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This plant can be called as velvet or purple passion plant. Native to Southeast Asian, but you may easily find this place in many places as houseplant. It has a stunning mix of green foliage with purple features. Place them in a spot with indirect light as the direct sunlight may get the leaf easily dry, the leaves will also rot with over-watering. 



Purple heart

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Purple Heart is a species of spiderwort similar to Tradescantia zebrina, purple heart is Tradescantia pallida. The leaves appear deep purple with bright Purple Heart flowers. Produces a natural purple contrast that is so special. Purple Heart requires indirect light, but gives the plant at least one hour of direct sunlight. 



Persian shield

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Who says plants must always be green, if you can get this exotic purple plant, Persian shield (Strobilanthes dyerianus). This beautiful purple plant grows well in sun or semi-shady conditions. Persian shield is said to like sandy soil that contains good soil organic matter. Water it twice a week, this plant need moist soil to grow. 


Moses in the cradle

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Tradescantia spathacea, you may know it as Moses-in-the-cradle or the oyster plant. The purple color behind the upper leaf surface and the sides of the leaves, gives a splash of stunning natural beauty. Grow them in bright, indirect all year round to get a great foliage and flower color. Keep in mind, the plant tolerate low light condition, however, the lack of light will make the leaves pale and green.



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