Little Swiss Monstera
This adorable monstera has all the beauty and quirks of its larger cousin (heart-shape leaves with big Swiss Cheese holes), but in a mini, more tabletop-suited size. Plus, it vines -- and you’ll love how it tendrils over the side of a bookshelf.
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If you are a calathea fan, you probably already know why this species is so special. Rorschach-test-pattern leaves make eye-catching focal points. Network is a new variety that offers chartreuse-and-green leaves. Place it on a side table so you can observe it up close. The variegation is subtle, yet fascinating.
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Dots, Dots, Dots!
Polka Dot Begonia
A Brazilian native, Polka Dot begonia (Begonia maculata) offers large, wing-shape leaves generously marked with bold silver spots sprinkled over a dark green background.
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The shiny dark leaves of this ZZ plant have been sending plant collectors into a tizzy over the past couple years. For good reason. ZZ plants are absolutely the easiest plants to grow. And the chocolate-color leaves of this beauty makes Raven® ZZ a stunning focal point plant or a great mixer with green houseplants.
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A Sliver of Silver
Sterling Silver Scindapsus
This fantastic vine features dark green leaves accented with a silvery sheen. It's a close relative to pothos, so you know it’s easy to grow. Sterling Silver (Scindapsus treubii 'Moonlight') looks beautiful in a white or silver pot which heightens the sheen.
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Written by Karen Weir-Jimerson