7 Impressive Red House Plants

Homiful.com -- Something red usually brings passion, drama, and an exciting feel. The same goes for houseplants. Make sure your next indoor plant selection has a touch of red in the foliage or flowers. Their stunning red foliage/flowers will easily become a focal point, taking your interior and landscape to the next level. 

Check out our article on 7 impressive red house plants you may easily find in your area! 

1. Redhead Coleus


Our first choice is Redhead Coleus or Solenostemon scutellariodes. As the name imply, this plant has red to truest red foliage. The Redhead coleus can be grown indoors, but it also makes lovely ground cover shrubs (pictured). The red color and leaf pattern will look even better in full sun and shade. 

2. Herbst' bloodleaf


This plant's name reflects how it looks. The small blood red leaves have wound healing properties. Herbts' bloodleaf can be grown both indoors and outdoors. Unfortunately, they can be quite picky when it comes to being outside. This bloodleaf plant requires a lot of heat and moisture to keep them happy. 

3. Croton Petra


Croton Petra will easily attract attention of anyone. The stunning foliage with unique red hues will add dramatic shades to where it is placed. Crotons like warm temperatures and a well-draining soil damp without over-watering. 

4. Anthurium


Anthurium is a good houseplant choice for green plants with red flowers. This plant has fabulous waxy red flowers that last for a long time. Water your anthurium every 2 to 3 days. Water from above when the soil is dry and make sure water drains through the drainage holes under the container. 

5. Aglaonema 'Red Anjamani'


Red Anjamani will be a perfect items for your houseplant collection. This plant amazes with waxy foliage in deep red with patterned green edges. Keep it out of direct sunlight, as it can burn the leaves. Nonetheless, this red aglaonema loves a lot of bright indirect light. 

6. Red Caladium


Red caladium is a show stealer. The leaves can grow to be heart-shaped or lance-shaped with a vibrant red color. They thrive in shade to part shade with 2-4 hours of direct sunlight. The more ideal, the more lush the growth will be, with a stunning colorful leaves. 

7. Cordyline fruticosa


The last is the ti plant, or cordyline fruticosa. Leaves that are almost all red will be a showstopper in your home. The purplish-red leaves will stun anyone. This leaves of this lovely plant can withstand direct sunlight. It hates low-light spots, so grow it in a bright spot with direct light at home. 

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