EASY DOES IT
This old favorite is still popular because of its variegation and easy maintenance. Just give it bright light
and even moisture.
A slow-growing plant that can take low lighting conditions, its best feature is variegated foliage with intricate patterns.
Actually prefers low moisture,
so it’s a fine candidate for most indoor settings. Avoid wetting velvety foliage when watering.
CYLINDER SNAKE PLANT
Also called African spear, this easy-growing snake plant adds a new twist with its cylindrical leaves and fan shape. It likes
bright, filtered light.
A common groundcover vine outdoors, some cultivars are favored as trailing houseplants. There are many varieties, some with variegated foliage, and all are easily trimmed to size.
These bold tropical plants add energy to any room with colorful variegated foliage in various patterns. They do best in bright light and high humidity.
The purplish, crinkled leaves look great all year with bright, indirect light. The plant’s compact size helps it fit in anywhere.
These indoor beauties are as intriguing to look at as they
are simple to care for. Meet a dozen great houseplants.
Beloved for its upright habit and variegated, swordlike leaves, it is very tolerant of different lighting conditions but grows fastest in bright light.
This cheerful houseplant,
sometimes used as an annual groundcover, features green leaves splotched in pink or white. It accepts varying light but does best in medium, indirect light.
Also called elephant bush, this succulent features dark
green leaves and reddish stems. Needs bright light and infrequent watering. There is also a variegated cultivar.
Featuring mediumgreen leaves edged in cream, its upright habit makes it a focal point.
Variegated leaves feature a textured, almost quilted look. Give it medium to bright light and well-drained soil. Avoid cold spots like a north
facing window in winter.